This week in SNAPSHOTS: The great Australian dream and an American nightmare The place to be: at what price? Arming Israel More on Welfare to Work The great Australian dream?
Fred Argy delves into Northern Europe’'s success in social and economic policy, and asks if Australia will ever give the social investment model a fair go
The state slice of Australia’s total tax revenue hasn’t just shrunk; it’s been bulldozed. Kirk McKenzie thinks it’s time the states stopped taking it lying down
Tony McMichael, a nominee to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, describes the health risks of climate change, and outlines eight key steps the health sector can take in response
In the second of two articles on the myths behind the education debate, Anthony Ashbolt shoots down the ‘hit list’ theory of Labor’s lost election.
If nuclear power is the answer to climate change, says Paul Gilding, let it fend for itself without government subsidies. If we put a price on carbon emissions we can leave the market to determine the best mix of technologies… more
In the second of 2 articles on the myths behind the education debate, Anthony Ashbolt shoots down the ‘hit list’ theory behind Labor’s lost election
This week in SNAPSHOTS: Special focus on Welfare to Work: principles and realities PLUS East Timor's future AND Why do people choose private health insurance? Welfare to Work: principles and realities
Prime Minister John Howard once called the campaign against WorkChoices ‘Chicken Little’ scaremongering. But the unpopularity of the package may only be part of a wider shift away from neo-liberal policies. Rob Durbridge shows how we can build on this… more