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COVER STORY The world has changed: Now for the new order

FAMILY AND SOCIETY Move to curtail underage online porn epidemic

CANBERRA OBSERVED ScoMo's delicate balancing act in extraordinary times

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Time and timing are crucial to Cardinal Pell's appeal by Peter Westmore

NEW ZEALAND Political divisions polarise across the Ditch

NEW ZEALAND Victorian Road Map smooths way of NZ anti-life clique to abortion 'reform'

FREE SPEECH Intolerance brigade at UQ attacks professor of Law

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Victoria lifts moratorium of gas exploration

CHINESE HISTORY The Soong Dynasty: Three sisters who rules China

LAW AND SOCIETY Guilt by accusation: The kangaroos are roaming freely through Australia's legal system

GENDER POLITICS Dr Quentin Van Meter's Australian talk is opening eyes in the U.S.

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Australia is not safe in the borderless globalised world

SHOPPING AND SOCIETY The Ubermensch in the aisles

MUSIC We seem to have lost the point of counterpoint

CINEMA The Current War: Industrial miracle workers

BOOK REVIEW A dark trade that continues unabated worldwide

EBOOK READ THIS Both sides to this old story

LETTERS

AS THE WORLD TURNS

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THE AUSTRALIAN CENTURY

Asher Judah

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In a no-nonsense fashion, Asher Judah abruptly calls time on the Asian Century mindset by placing Australia’s long term future front and centre. By declaring that Australia has begun the most important century of its existence, Judah outlines why and how Australia can change to become a more powerful global player. He illustrates a future in which Australia grows stronger amidst mounting international instability, and shows how the rise of the global middle class will drive the nation’s socioeconomic evolution. Sparing few sacred cows, Judah challenges the inevitability of Chinese and Indian economic domination, identifies the unassailable rise of the “peripheridy” nations and rewrites the manual on conceptualising Australia’s strengths and weaknesses. Casting a fresh eye over Australia’s urban and economic development history, Judah also exposes the reality of its development model – one which more closely resembles an expanding archipelago. The Australian Century does what should have been done years ago – tells a story all about us.

 

“Asher Judah has had a longstanding interest in good public policy. While I don’t agree with all the ideas expressed in this book, it is a worthy contribution to the debate around Australia’s future and our place in the world.”

– The Hon. John Brumby, Premier of Victoria (2007-2010)

 

“This book points the way for future growth and prosperity through an impressive range of thought provoking policy ideas. I commend it to thinkers and policy makers alike.”

– The Hon. Phillip A. Gude, Deputy Leader of the Victorian Liberal Party (1991-1999)

 

About the author

Asher Judah holds commerce and arts degrees from Deakin University and has worked with, advised and represented some of Australia’s top industry leaders and government ministers across the property, construction, manufacturing and farm business sectors.


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