November 22nd 2014


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EDITORIAL How Obama has eroded America's global influence

CANBERRA OBSERVED China FTA: more about diplomacy than trade

FAMILY POLICY Canada introduces income-splitting for families

VICTORIAN STATE ELECTION Freedoms under threat if Labor wins

MARRIAGE Historic U.S. court ruling upholds man-woman marriage

UNITED STATES U.S. midterm elections change American political landscape

UNITED STATES Democrats threatened voters at midterm elections

EUROPE Why thousands of Jewish citizens are leaving France

CLIMATE CHANGE Why is Coalition spending billions to cut CO2 emissions?

SOCIETY From farmers' markets to money markets

SOCIETY Slavery and trafficking are still big business

LETTERS

CINEMA Do not go gentle into that good night

BOOK REVIEW Contemporary reporting of World War II

BOOK REVIEW The criminalisation of fathers and parents

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EDITORIAL How Obama has eroded America's global influence
The extraordinary defeat suffered by President Barack Obama’s Democrats in the recent midterm elections in the United States has accompanied the decline in the influence of the U.S. in the international arena: after all, if the American people don’t trust Obama, why should anyone else?
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CANBERRA OBSERVED China FTA: more about diplomacy than trade
At the time of writing, the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, and China’s President Xi Jinping are expected to sign a free trade agreement (FTA) during the G20 meeting in Brisbane.
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FAMILY POLICY Canada introduces income-splitting for families
Canadian single-income two-parent families with dependent children will be better off after a multi-billion dollar package of tax breaks and increased child benefits was announced last month by the Conservative government of Stephen Harper. 
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VICTORIAN STATE ELECTION Freedoms under threat if Labor wins
Celebrating “gender and sexual diversity”, under the Safe Schools program, will be compulsory in all state high schools, if Labor wins office in the Victorian state election to be held on November 29. 
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MARRIAGE Historic U.S. court ruling upholds man-woman marriage
After a long string of court victories, the American campaign to redefine marriage has lost a major case in the powerful U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit. The decision will have far-reaching consequences. 
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UNITED STATES U.S. midterm elections change American political landscape
The stunning victory by the U.S. Republican Party in the 2014 Congressional elections deals a mortal blow to the political agenda of Barack Obama, probably the most left-wing President to have graced the Oval Office.
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UNITED STATES Democrats threatened voters at midterm elections
After the innumerable scandals of the Obama administration, from Benghazi to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to Obama’s series of foreign relations disasters, one would hardly think there was room for yet another from the Democrat Party, now largely hijacked by the far left. 
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EUROPE Why thousands of Jewish citizens are leaving France
On a sublime autumn afternoon my bus rumbles towards the Rue des Rosiers. It is the heart of Paris, the heart of the Marais quarter, and also the heart of the Jewish community. Or it was.
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CLIMATE CHANGE Why is Coalition spending billions to cut CO2 emissions?
This year the world will enjoy its greatest grain crop on record. 
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SOCIETY From farmers' markets to money markets
Before I first set foot on Australian soil some 20 years ago, almost the only Australians I had ever met — a sprinkling of fellow journalists and artists aside — were young men I played sport against on English tennis and squash courts and cricket grounds — three sports I played at fairly serious levels when I was younger. 
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SOCIETY Slavery and trafficking are still big business
We live in a democracy. It’s a system of government that works reasonably well. But it’s not perfect — nor can it ever be — because people are not perfect. 
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LETTERS
Gough Whitlam ‘narrow-minded and short-sighted’
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CINEMA Do not go gentle into that good night
Symeon J. Thompson reviews Christopher Nolan’s film, Interstellar (rated M).
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BOOK REVIEW Contemporary reporting of World War II

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BOOK REVIEW The criminalisation of fathers and parents

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