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COVER STORIES Liberal discontents take internal struggle to Shakespearean heights

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell charged: the process is the punishment

EUTHANASIA What Boudewijn Chabot can teach Victoria

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Taiwan's

FREEDOM OF CONSCIENCE NT abortion law oppressive towards health professionals

HEALTH Gardasil(R) and the man upon the stair, Part I

AFRICAN AFFAIRS Special force deals with scourge of poaching

MUSIC Andrea Keller: transpositions of death and grief

CINEMA Cars 3: On ageing without rusting

BOOK REVIEW Biggest democracy makes big strides

BOOK REVIEW A refinement of the Industrial Revolution

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COVER STORIES Liberal discontents take internal struggle to Shakespearean heights
Pyne’s hubris fans Liberals’ factional fights
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell charged: the process is the punishment
The charging of Cardinal George Pell with “historical sexual assault offences”, as the police described them, is the culmination of a lengthy media campaign led by the Fairfax press and the ABC to bring down Cardinal Pell.
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EUTHANASIA What Boudewijn Chabot can teach Victoria
Dr Boudewijn Chabot is a retired Dutch psychiatrist and psychotherapist. In 1993 he was charged with having assisted in the suicide of a healthy 50-year-old Dutch woman, Hilly Bosscher, in 1991.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Taiwan's
Panama severed formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan on June 13 this year, ending over 100 years of cordial relations between the Central-American nation and the Republic of China. Beijing’s cheque book has become too fat to ignore and observers in Taiwan fear that Panama will be only the first in a cascade of Central-American nations dumping Taiwan to gain a slice of Beijing’s pie.
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FREEDOM OF CONSCIENCE NT abortion law oppressive towards health professionals
In March 2017 the Northern Territory Parliament passed the Termination of Pregnancy Law Reform Act (the Territory Act). As a result from July 1, 2017, surgical abortions will be decriminalised in the NT and medical abortions will be legal.
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HEALTH Gardasil(R) and the man upon the stair, Part I
Yesterday upon the stair I met a man who wasn’t there. He wasn’t there again today ...
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AFRICAN AFFAIRS Special force deals with scourge of poaching
Poaching is big business in Africa. It is also a bloody business, and not just for the exotic animals slain.
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MUSIC Andrea Keller: transpositions of death and grief
There is a long tradition of music written to famous poetry, with at least as many failures as successes. There is a great temptation for musicians to go in this direction, but the dangers are many. The prosody of great poems invariably has its own musicality, but that does not easily lend itself to music.
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CINEMA Cars 3: On ageing without rusting
Regardless of what the aphorists say, the world is still focused on youth and winning. The subtext of much advertising, of television shows, of news stories and pop culture is that what really matters is being young, beautiful and successful.
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BOOK REVIEW Biggest democracy makes big strides
Politics were dominated by the centre-left Congress Party, and its dynasty: prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru, his daughter Indira Gandhi, and her son Rajiv Gandhi; Rajiv’s widow Sonia was later puppet mistress of the 2004–14 Congress government.
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BOOK REVIEW A refinement of the Industrial Revolution
Among other things Baldwin appears to assume that globalisation can and does, of its own volition, advance in perfect harmony with the nation-state and modern democracy.
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LETTERS
Albert Said’s letter supporting the development of renewable energy sources is based on a number of widely held misconceptions.
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