ANALYSIS: What Are The Implications Of Changing Hong Kong’s Extradition Law

ANALYSIS BY: Dr Ian Cook, Senior Lecturer In Global Politics & Policies at Murdoch University.  Massive protests are a sign that a change to Hong Kong’s extradition law will mean the end of its independence from China. Many others also see it as a sign of a new world economic and political order with China…

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OPINION: Why Should You Care About AFP Media Raids?

Opinion Piece By: Martin Turner, WA Media Section President, Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance Extensive raids by Australian Federal Police on the home of a News Corporation journalist for her work on the ability of spy agencies to surveil the public and on the head office of the ABC in Sydney regarding reporting on potential war crimes involving…

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ANALYSIS: The rise of the ‘kidult’

Written By: Grant Dusting, Social Researcher at McCrindle  Young adulthood is changing – the proportion of young adults living at home (‘kidults’) is on the rise. According to The Australian Institute of Family Studies, more than two in five (43%) young adults aged 20-24 are still living at home, up from 36% in 1981. It’s…

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Expert opinion: How the ALP needs to recoup its election loss

Less than two weeks after the biggest Federal election event, former Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is passing the ALP’s loss to everyone else and refusing to accept any blame on his own accord. This has then thrown newly appointed Opposition Leader, Anthony Albanese, in the deep end, where he is now in full damage control…

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