November 22nd 2014


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Articles from this issue:

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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