August 26th 2017


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CANBERRA OBSERVED Crikey, is nobody a true dinks Aussie these days?

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Hundreds of doctors call on AMA to withdraw defective statement on same-sex marriage

EUTHANASIA What disability advocates say about assisted suicide by Daniel Giles

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Triggs' one important contribution to rights by Greg Walsh

ENERGY High prices 'destroying the economy': Glencore

ENERGY Renewable energy barely even a fair weather friend

ECONOMICS The world it is a-changin': globalisation in crisis

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Gay Liberals' push out of step with LGBTI realities

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS South Africa is losing its rainbow nation credentials

MUSIC A moral scale: Does 'good' music make us better?

CINEMA War for the Planet of the Apes: Best-laid plans of apes and men

BOOK REVIEW Risk nothing; gain nothing

BOOK REVIEW The most infamous crime in history

POETRY

LETTERS

MORAL EDIFICATION A cartoon

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THE REVENGE OF GEOGRAPHY:
What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate

Robert D. Kaplan

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A brilliant rebuttal to thinkers who suggest that globalism will trump geography, Kaplan’s indispensable work builds on the insights of great geographers and geopolitical thinkers of the past to look back at critical pivots in history and then to look forward at the evolving global scene. Remarkably, the future can be understood in the context of temperature, land allotment and other physical certainties.

Hardcover, 432 pages, $54.95

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