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National Affairs Australia and India: will it be different this time? Robin Jeffrey 14 August 2018 Along with the vast increase in migration, most signs point to increased cooperation between Australia and India International A first test for Timor-Leste’s cohabitants Michael Leach 14 August 2018 The combination of a Fretilin president and an Alliance government is testing the country’s system Books & Arts Collective madness Ryan Cropp 14 August 2018 Books | George Megalogenis gives a vivid account of the development Australian rules football. But what does it mean for politics? Essays & Reportage Alive to every pulse beat Laurie Oakes 13 August 2018 More than anyone, Warren Denning was responsible for initiating the ABC’s coverage of Canberra politics Essays & Reportage Listening for the future Deborah Jordan 13 August 2018 Nettie Palmer was a prolific and finely honed critic of Australian life and literature Correspondents “I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose” Klaus Neumann 12 August 2018 Why did Mesut Özil, one of the most talented footballers of his generation, decide to quit playing for his home country? Books & Arts Neoclassical maelstrom Jane Goodall 9 August 2018 Television | With just one lapse, an exceptional cast has brought to life the anguished world of Edward St Aubyn Essays & Reportage Like Uber, but for politics Dominic Kelly 9 August 2018 The false promise of digital democracy Essays & Reportage The hospital for bare life Annabel Stafford 9 August 2018 A visit to the site of Wyndham’s Native Hospital prompts the question: what does it mean to live outside the protection of the state? National Affairs How I would spend $100 million to reduce crime Rick Sarre 8 August 2018 Australian and international research can help us distinguish between successful and unsuccessful initiatives International China’s age of anxiety Rowan Callick 7 August 2018 Xu Zhangrun makes a compelling case against the country’s direction under Xi Jinping International Worrying about Xi Jinping Kerry Brown 7 August 2018 Xu Zhangrun’s bold critique of contemporary China points to potential flashpoints ahead National Affairs On the National Energy Guarantee, it’s Libs versus Libs (and Nats) Tim Colebatch 6 August 2018 If the government offers Labor a deal it can accept, it will be rejected by the Coalition’s backbench. It’s hard to escape the obvious conclusion National Affairs How to kill a leadership Peter Brent | Mumble 6 August 2018 Under pressure, the prime minister should consider the case of Kevin Michael Rudd National Affairs Paying the piper, but not quite calling the tune James Murphy 6 August 2018 The finance industry is over-represented among political donors. But hedging your bets only gets you so far National Affairs Outlook uncertain in Labor’s Victoria Paul Rodan 6 August 2018 Some loss of seats seems likely this November, and minority government might be the best Labor can hope for Essays & Reportage Fighting words Peter Cochrane 2 August 2018 Extract | As the first world war approached, anxiety grew about the vulnerability of Australia to attack from the north. A key role was played by the man who would be the… National Affairs “Of course they say there are no competition issues. They always do” Julian Thomas 2 August 2018 Against expectations, Fairfax, Nine and the government are running up against the regulator International Zimbabwe steps into the future Michael Bartos 1 August 2018 Regardless of the result, this week’s election has pressed the post-liberation reset button National Affairs Towards an Indigenous Voice Gabrielle Appleby 1 August 2018 The Uluru Statement from the Heart is beginning to have an impact in Canberra National Affairs Jumping at shadows Peter Brent | Mumble 31 July 2018 If anything, Labor’s stocks have declined in recent weeks. Focusing on by-election victories won’t change that Essays & Reportage Citizenship elegy Antje Missbach 31 July 2018 A social scientist goes in search of an elusive Australian passport National Affairs Keeping the Age noisy Sybil Nolan 31 July 2018 From the archive | The Age’s history shows how Fairfax’s strategy put the paper’s identity at risk National Affairs What it means to lose the political centre Tim Colebatch 30 July 2018 Judged against previous by-elections in opposition-held seats, the government performed badly on Saturday. The message for Malcolm Turnbull is clear Correspondents “When we vote, we expect change” Erin Handley & Kong Meta 30 July 2018 An inevitable election result in Cambodia has attracted international condemnation and resignation tinged with defiance among supporters of the opposition National Affairs Not-so-great expectations Peter Brent | Mumble 29 July 2018 Deft management and misleading polls helped turn Super Saturday into a public relations coup for Labor Correspondents Getting ready for the blue wave Lesley Russell 28 July 2018 A frenetic White House reflects growing fears about the Republicans’ fate in November International “I’ll tell you, they are all exactly the same” Rosita Armytage 27 July 2018 Imran Khan the prime minister won’t necessarily look like Imran Khan the candidate Correspondents A mad riddle, plus plus plus David Hayes 27 July 2018 Britain’s exit from Europe is showing the flaws of both parties to the negotiations National Affairs For sale: a local paper near you Margaret Simons 27 July 2018 Cut through the business-speak and it’s clear — rural and regional journalism is entering unknown territory
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