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Remembering Maralinga

55 years ago the British government commenced nuclear testing in the South Australian outback. It was named "Operation Buffalo" and it took place at the remote Maralinga site. Four fission bombs were tested and British and Australian servicemen were exposed to the fallout. Today the...

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27 September 2011
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Democracy and extremists

In the aftermath of the Norway mass killing many people are pondering whether modern democratic communities might have to re-think some of their nostrums about what's said out loud, and how it's said: about whether certain tendencies within communities can...

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30 July 2011
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Bob Brown and the media: ‘I’ll take them on … they’ve crossed the line’

Welcome to “In Conversation”, the first in a series of discussions between leading academics and major public figures in Australian life. Today Politics Professor John Keane is in conversation with Senator Bob Brown, leader of the Australian Greens. John Keane is Professor...

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02 June 2011
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