March 28th 2015

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EDITORIAL Tony Abbott's last chance

CANBERRA OBSERVED Coalition government switches to survival mode

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS If Abbott can back Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank...

HUMAN RIGHTS Re-establishing the right to freedom of religion and conscience

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Intergenerational Report: a waste of time and money

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Two problems the PM must tackle boldly

QUEENSLAND After Cyclone Marcia: balancing drought relief and flood mitigation

AUSTRALIA Builders of a nation: Henry Bolte and Charles Court

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Putin admits military takeover of Crimea in 2014

CULTURE AND CIVILISATION The rediscovery of Christopher Dawson

CULTURE AND CIVILISATION Acknowledging the debt we owe Alfred the Great

SOCIETY The left's all-out war on truth


OBITUARY Fantasy author Terry Pratchett: an appreciation

BOOK REVIEW The very best of enemies

BOOK REVIEW Dutch warning on where euthanasia leads

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