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COVER STORY The significance of the Gallipoli landing

EDITORIAL What about an Australian infrastructure bank?

CANBERRA OBSERVED Is Canberra too dependent on interest rates?

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS U.S. state attacked over religious liberty law

SOCIETY Same-sex marriage nowhere near 'inevitable'

SAFE SCHOOLS COALITION School infants to be exposed to 'sexual diversity'

SOCIETY Divorce and forced separation of children from their parents

OPINION Is there a human right to freedom of religion?

STATE POLITICS Troubled Queensland government thin on numbers

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Rome: Defeat extremists through Christian-Muslim cooperation

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS China's fascination with water not always healthy

UNITED KINGDOM Goodbye to Britain's nuclear deterrent?

TELEVISION Justice is blind, while angels weep - Daredevil

BOOK REVIEW War and conscience

BOOK REVIEW Anzacs' bloodiest day

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COVER STORY The significance of the Gallipoli landing
One hundred years ago, on April 25, 1915, Australian troops were part of the Allied landings on the Ottoman Empire’s Gallipoli peninsula in what is now Turkey.
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EDITORIAL What about an Australian infrastructure bank?
Last October, representatives of 21 governments met in Beijing to sign an agreement to establish a new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Since then more than 20 more countries, including the UK, France, Germany and Italy, have signed up to become foundation members.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Is Canberra too dependent on interest rates?
Since the establishment of the Reserve Bank in 1960, the RBA has effectively controlled interest rates in Australia through the cash rate, which is the interest rate on overnight loans in the money market. It does not directly control the exchange rate, which floats and is set by market forces, but its control of monetary policy certainly influences the exchange rate.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS U.S. state attacked over religious liberty law
Why the outcry in the U.S. over Indiana’s new religious liberty law?
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SOCIETY Same-sex marriage nowhere near 'inevitable'
Only in the minds of the Australian Marriage Equality lobby and its media promoters and friends is same-sex marriage inevitable. Australia has spoken and has said a loud “no” to redefining marriage.
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SAFE SCHOOLS COALITION School infants to be exposed to 'sexual diversity'
School safety generally brings to mind traffic control or ensuring undesirables don’t gain access to school grounds, but the coming of the new, aggressive Safe Schools Coalition gives “safety” a whole new meaning.
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SOCIETY Divorce and forced separation of children from their parents
Parents have the natural right to be with their own children, unless they are guilty of some egregious act.... Stealing children from their own parents has historically been considered one of the most inhuman acts of tyrannical dictators…. Slave owners sold the children of their own slaves to other men. Today we are appalled by knowledge of such inhumanity. — Bai Macfarlane, Mary’s Advocates
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OPINION Is there a human right to freedom of religion?
Representatives of the English Catholic Church thought the answer to the question, “Is there a human right to freedom of religion?” was “no” when they drafted the Magna Carta more than 800 years ago.
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STATE POLITICS Troubled Queensland government thin on numbers
Just 10 weeks after the Queensland general election that swept the Liberal National Party from government speculation has erupted that Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk may lose control of the 89-seat Parliament after expelling one her Labor MPs.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Rome: Defeat extremists through Christian-Muslim cooperation
In an effort to deal with the problems of Islamist extremism and the persecution of believers, the Holy See has launched a diplomatic offensive to bring the world’s great religions together.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS China's fascination with water not always healthy
China is a very big country of great contrasts. Even its size is debatable. Most people would agree China is somewhat larger than Australia, but with a population of 1.3 billion compared with Australia’s 23 million. As for water, some areas are drought prone, while others face regular flooding.
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UNITED KINGDOM Goodbye to Britain's nuclear deterrent?
I have written in several places about the parlous state of Britain’s defence and the present and previous governments’ culpable failure in this regard. The calling of a May election makes the matter particularly fraught.
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TELEVISION Justice is blind, while angels weep - Daredevil
It has long been said that “Justice is blind”. For one intense, nuanced and decidedly counter-cultural superhero, this is not just metaphor. I refer to Marvel’s Daredevil, the blind crimefighter whose other senses are insanely heightened, and for whom half the battle is reconciling the world, and himself, with a deep-seated, inextinguishable Catholic faith.
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BOOK REVIEW War and conscience
Burleigh attempts to cover a broad spectrum of issues, including the complexity of reparations after World War I, the philosophies of the “Axis Predators”, the impact of the Great Depression on Germany and Europe, and the stark reality of Soviet involvement.
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BOOK REVIEW Anzacs' bloodiest day
In The Lost Legions of Fromelle, British military historian Peter Barton recounts not only the battle, but also the search initiated by Lambis Englezos which successfully located a mass grave containing the bodies of British and Australian troops, a search in which the author was involved.
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