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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    The politics of aid

    • Francesca Beddie
    • 14 May 2006

    Francesca Beddie discovers much of interest in Daniel Oakman’s Facing Asia: A History of the Colombo Plan.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Life in transit

    • Margaret Coffey
    • 11 May 2006

    Margaret Coffey watches as Australia welcomes Sudanese refugees.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The new Jews of Berlin

    • Dorothy Horsfield
    • 08 May 2006

    Dorothy Horsfield visits the fastest growing Jewish community in Europe

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Morality questioned

    • Tony Smith
    • 30 April 2006

    Tony Smith reviews Ian Rankin’s Fleshmarket Close; Garry Disher’s Kittyhawk Down and Alexander McCall Smith’s The Sunday Philosophy Club.

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  • RELIGION

    Australia’s judicial isolation

    • Frank Brennan
    • 29 April 2006

    Over the last year a major chasm has opened between decisions of Australia’s High Court and those of the UK House of Lords and the US Supreme Court regarding issues of national security such as the long-term mandatory detention of stateless asylum seekers.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Beginning of the end

    • Troy Bramston
    • 29 April 2006

    Warning signs for the Whitlam Government were there in 1974, with an ailing economy, a political storm in the Senate, sliding popularity and a scandal unfolding in secret.

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Us and them

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 25 April 2006

    The question initially asked about Cornelia Rau was why an Australian citizen should be treated so badly. This question was morally adrift. We should ask why any human being could be treated in this way.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Why I quit the department

    • Tom Davis
    • 24 April 2006

    The organisational culture within Australia’s Department of Immigration appears to have little regard for human rights, but an ex-insider says it didn’t have to be that way

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