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CIS 5m
Australia should engage with China and hedge the risks by deepening ties with other regional democracies, alongside the US alliance, as the regional balance of power changes.
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Brisbane Event Notice: Forty years after Thatcher’s election
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CIS 3h
At stake is the genuine and vibrant diversity of a healthy democracy where differences are accepted and tolerated. But dusk is descending.
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CIS 4h
The transformation of our nation since White Australia has been nothing short of remarkable. Just look at our society’s determination to integrate immigrants and isolate racists.
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CIS 20h
At one time, tolerance meant tolerating those you didn’t like. But now, tolerance is seen as a weakness. When a dissenting view is said to be ‘hate speech’, ‘tolerance’ now means immediate silencing.
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CIS 22h
A society in which citizens are not trusted to take control of their own lives and care for their families and communities is a society in which neither trust nor liberty (as properly conceived) can thrive.
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CIS Apr 23
Australia should engage with China and hedge the risks by deepening ties with other regional democracies, alongside the US alliance, as the regional balance of power changes. #aupolhttps://www.cis.org.au/commentary/articles/living-with-the-panda-and-the-dragon/
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CIS Apr 23
Sydney Event Notice: Forty years after Thatcher’s election
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CIS Apr 23
At stake is the genuine and vibrant diversity of a healthy democracy where differences are accepted and tolerated. But dusk is descending.
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CIS Apr 23
The transformation of our nation since White Australia has been nothing short of remarkable. Just look at our society’s determination to integrate immigrants and isolate racists.
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CIS Apr 23
At one time, tolerance meant tolerating those you didn’t like. But now, tolerance is seen as a weakness. When a dissenting view is said to be ‘hate speech’, ‘tolerance’ now means immediate silencing.
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CIS Apr 22
A society in which citizens are not trusted to take control of their own lives and care for their families and communities is a society in which neither trust nor liberty (as properly conceived) can thrive.
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CIS Apr 22
Australia should engage with China and hedge the risks by deepening ties with other regional democracies, alongside the US alliance, as the regional balance of power changes.
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CIS Apr 22
Brisbane Event Notice: Forty years after Thatcher’s election
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CIS Apr 22
At stake is the genuine and vibrant diversity of a healthy democracy where differences are accepted and tolerated. But dusk is descending.
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CIS Apr 22
The transformation of our nation since White Australia has been nothing short of remarkable. Just look at our society’s determination to integrate immigrants and isolate racists.
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FIVEfromFIVE Apr 19
Pamela Snow fact checks David Hornsby’s recent interview for a Melbourne University podcast.
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FIVEfromFIVE Apr 19
Principal Jocelyn Seamer discusses benchmarking and why we should get rid of running records.
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Jennifer Buckingham Apr 18
Important story on boys' NAPLAN writing scores.
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CIS Apr 18
Easter is a celebration that has brought hope to billions of people. But before the hope, there was anger, intolerance, and hatred that led to crucifixion. What has changed since then?
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