807 books (41 pages) in this category
From the Death of Bin Laden to the Rise of the Islamic State
by Ali Soufan
by Richard Engel
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Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain
by David Wearing
by Perry Anderson
Defectors Talk About Their Lives Inside the World's Most Secretive Nation
by Daniel Tudor
by Catherine Mayer
by Frank Moorhouse
<b>ASIO has kept a file on Frank Moorhouse since he was seventeen. Now Frank has decided it is time to report on ASIO.<br><br></b>This year ASIO has extended its surveillance powers, made the issuing of warrants easier and limited the freedom of
by Richard Flanagan
Non-freedom to the Western mind is inevitably linked with images of backwardness - Soviet tractors, East German Trabants, Kim Jong Il's haircut. But non-freedom these days is also iPads, iPhones and a dazzling array of less iconic but ubiquitous
by Stan Grant
In Quarterly Essay 64, Stan Grant takes a deep and passionate look at Indigenous futures, in particular the fraught question of remote communities. Moving beyond simplistic talk of "lifestyle choices," Grant explores what makes for a ...
Controversies and Debates
by Daniel Baldino
The emphasis of Australian Foreign Policy: Controversies and Debates is to expose and examine the core debates and multiple dilemmas that define foreign policy in Australia. Each chapter is made up on an introduction and a debate which ...
by Carl Ungerer
This textbook examines changes to Australian foreign policy since 9/11 and the rise of global Islamic terrorism. It covers each of the main areas of Australian foreign policy – security, trade, development assistance, multilateral institutions ...
by Williams, Evan (Compiler)
The story of Team Australia in headlines. Inspired by the <i>Onion</i>, Evan Williams searched high and low for the real news headlines that capture the hilarious hypocrisy and absurdity of the Abbott years. What he found poses the question-
by George Megalogenis
by George Megalogenis
by Nick Economou
by Robert Manne
This year has seen unprecedented scrutiny of Rupert Murdoch's empire in Britain. But what about in Australia, where he owns 70 per cent of the press? In <i>Bad News</i>, Robert Manne investigates Murdoch's lead political voice here, ...
Harry Blackman's Supreme Court Journey
by Linda Greenhouse
by Thomas Hale
<p>It is now conventional wisdom to see the great policy challenges of the 21st century as inherently transnational. It is equally common to note the failures of the international institutions the world relies on to address such challenges. As ...
by Millar Ann
"<i>The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate</i> covers the period 1901–1929, the period in which the Parliament operated from Melbourne. This first volume provides short articles on Australia s Senators during the first thirty
by Bronwyn Parry
From DNA sequences stored on computer databases to archived forensic samples and biomedical records, bioinformation comes in many forms. Its unique provenance – the fact that it is ‘mined’ from the very fabric of the human body