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COVER STORY Are we facing history's largest mass migration?

CANBERRA OBSERVED Northern dream creeps slightly nearer to reality

THE FAMILY 'Consensus' on same-sex parenting ignores evidence

SOCIETY Why marriage cannot be separated from family

EDITORIAL Housing affordability: what has gone wrong?

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Human Rights Commission backs same-sex marriage

HISTORY What is Indonesia? From Java man to Islam

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Why G7 endorsed UN climate-change agenda

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Straitjacket treaty has led to European insanities

HISTORY Zenobia: warrior queen, thorn in Rome's side

PUBLIC HEALTH Methadone cure worse than the heroin addiction

CINEMA Inside Out is a thoughtful emotional roller-coaster

YOUR LETTERS

BOOK REVIEW There is no such thing as a soft drug

BOOK REVIEW Probing the deepest roots of the push for same-sex marriage

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COVER STORY Are we facing history's largest mass migration?
Demographics, poverty, unemployment, natural disasters, conflicts, crime and failed states are contributing to what could prove to be the biggest mass migration of people in history.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Northern dream creeps slightly nearer to reality
“The North’s time has come” was how a bullish Trade Minister Andrew Robb described the recent release of the Federal Government’s long-awaited white paper on northern Australia.
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THE FAMILY 'Consensus' on same-sex parenting ignores evidence
It has been claimed that there is a “consensus” within the social science establishment that children being raised by same-sex couples are doing fine, and will do even better if their parents are allowed to marry.
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SOCIETY Why marriage cannot be separated from family
Traditional marriage is a long estab­lished social norm in Australian society, but it is being challenged by the current debate in Federal Parliament on same-sex marriage.
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EDITORIAL Housing affordability: what has gone wrong?
When Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey was recently asked about the crisis of home ownership for first-home buyers, he responded by denying that homes were unaffordable in Sydney, where average prices are around $1 million.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Human Rights Commission backs same-sex marriage
In its latest report, Resilient Individuals: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Intersex Rights, the Human Rights Commission has called on the federal government to legalise same-sex marriage promptly, calling the existing law “state-sanctioned struc­tural discrimination … which has flow-on impacts in legitimising institutional and interpersonal discrimination.”
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HISTORY What is Indonesia? From Java man to Islam
Indonesia is many things. When we think of Indonesia, we think first of “Republik Indonesia”, the political entity that came into being on August 17, 1949, remembered as Tuju Belas Agustus. After almost four centuries of Dutch rule, the people of Indonesia could control their own destiny.
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS Why G7 endorsed UN climate-change agenda
The world’s leading industrial nations, the G7, endorsed the climate-change agenda of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) at a recent meeting in Germany.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Straitjacket treaty has led to European insanities
Is there risk writing about Greece at this time?
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HISTORY Zenobia: warrior queen, thorn in Rome's side
The capture and threatened destruction by ISIS of the vast and majestic third-century ruins of Palmyra in Syria may re-awaken interest in Zenobia, the warrior Queen of Palmyra.
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PUBLIC HEALTH Methadone cure worse than the heroin addiction
The introduction of methadone as part of treatment for heroin use was an attempt to reduce the harm associated with heroin addiction.
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CINEMA Inside Out is a thoughtful emotional roller-coaster
“Do you ever look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head?”
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YOUR LETTERS
Coalition must stick to its marriage policy
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BOOK REVIEW There is no such thing as a soft drug
BE ALERT AND ALARMED. ILLEGAL DRUGS: Power, Politics and Propaganda
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BOOK REVIEW Probing the deepest roots of the push for same-sex marriage
They’ve long looked to alter the so-called “nuclear family”, which they saw as an outright menace. I know that ideological past. I know how it fits into the present. Most people don’t, including those today who are willing to redefine the historic Western/Judeo-Christian conception of male-female marriage. The vast majority of those who are willing to do that have no idea of the deeper, darker ideological-historical forces long at work in this wider movement. They are signing on to something that, whether they know it or not – most do not – has important links to much older and more sinister attempts by the far left to redefine family and marriage.
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