Review Signals the Beginning of the End for…

By Hugh Harris The recent Queensland government review of the “Connect” Religious Instruction…

Violence – 21st Century Style

By Annie Byam Writing this article (framed partly as questions) is aimed at…

All they want is a chance

To the politicians of Australia, Let’s simplify the debate here. Hundreds of thousands of…

The State Theory of Money: Your shortcut to…

By Iain Dooley What the Fiat?! What you have created is a currency with…

Are governments ready for the coming economic and…

By Ken Wolff In 1930 John Maynard Keynes predicted widespread technological unemployment ‘due…

Using The Same Logic, Tony Abbott Was A…

Ok, consider this argument for a moment: We've spent more money on jailing…

Timor-Leste: Allies for Peace?

Denis Bright invites discussion on the future place of Timor-Leste in Australia’s…

The art of schmoozing

Last Friday, I by accident caught a show on Sky hosted by…

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Review Signals the Beginning of the End for Bible Classes

The AIM Network

By Hugh Harris The recent Queensland government review of the “Connect” Religious Instruction (RI) materials bring to light several reasons why, ultimately, faith-based classes will cease in school hours in the Sunshine state. Also, given Connect’s lessons are widely used, the New South Wales government would be wise to take note. However,…

Environmental concerns must be more heavily weighted in the decision…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton Recent media attention on the parlous state of the environment in the vicinity of the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games sites, and Brazil more generally, piqued my interest in researching the extent to which environmental issues are taken into account when deciding which city hosts the Olympic…

Between a rock and a judgemental place

Victoria Rollison

Today is Equal Pay Day. This event was celebrated yesterday by former Liberal PM John Howard’s observation that women won’t ever achieve equal representation in parliament because women stay at home with children. Thanks Johnny! The fact is, modern mothers (as opposed to Howard’s 1950’s view of the world) are stuck…

Using The Same Logic, Tony Abbott Was A Great Success!

Rossleigh

Ok, consider this argument for a moment: We've spent more money on jailing offenders in the past few years. We've increased…

The State Theory of Money: Your shortcut to understanding Modern…

The AIM Network

By Iain Dooley What the Fiat?! What you have created is a currency with a fixed exchange rate to a commodity. Imagine if…

News and Politics

All they want is a chance

Kaye Lee

To the politicians of Australia, Let’s simplify the debate here. Hundreds of thousands of unemployed people just want a chance to work. Children…

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Are governments ready for the coming economic and social changes?

The AIM Network

By Ken Wolff In 1930 John Maynard Keynes predicted widespread technological unemployment ‘due to our discovery of means of economising the…

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Using The Same Logic, Tony Abbott Was A Great Success!

Rossleigh

Ok, consider this argument for a moment: We've spent more money on jailing offenders in the past few years. We've increased…

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Timor-Leste: Allies for Peace?

The AIM Network

Denis Bright invites discussion on the future place of Timor-Leste in Australia’s international relations. Conventional strategic assessments in a succession…

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The art of schmoozing

Kaye Lee

Last Friday, I by accident caught a show on Sky hosted by Christopher Pyne and Richard Marles.  Apparently it is…

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Taskforce integrity. Let's start with politicians, shall we?

Jennifer Wilson

You may or may not be aware that in November 2015, the Turnbull government announced the formation of “Taskforce Integrity,”…

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Environment

Analysis of the world’s 500 largest companies puts a spotlight…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A recent report on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions performance of the world’s largest 500 companies between…

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A pioneering partnership has Adelaide on track to be the…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A number of my most recent articles have been predominantly focused on the economic issues associated with…

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Environmental policy implications of Brexit must be given priority in…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton In the wake of the Brexit vote, I have chosen to devote this article to discussing what…

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Social Justice

Enough with the judging, Clementine

Victoria Rollison

My favourite feminist, Clementine Ford, wrote this week about her experiences giving birth to her first child. I’m sorry to…

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Asian Australians need to unite and support the Safe Schools…

The AIM Network

By Erin Chew Recently a petition was distributed, signed and tabled on behalf of various Asian community groups in NSW. According…

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National rallies for refugees

The AIM Network

A thousand refugee protesters were expected in Sydney yesterday. Mounted Police expressed surprise that there are at least four times…

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AIM Extra

The State Theory of Money: Your shortcut to understanding Modern…

The AIM Network

By Iain Dooley What the Fiat?! What you have created is a currency with a fixed exchange rate to a commodity. Imagine if…

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The State Theory of Money: Your shortcut to understanding Modern…

The AIM Network

By Iain Dooley In a recent article on The AIMN, 'What is Modern Monetary Theory and will it help?', Ken Wolff…

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Out of the frying pan: Should the Australian Army be…

The AIM Network

By Dr Strobe Driver Introduction: Terrorism as a ‘dynamic’ Recently in The Australian, an article entitled ‘We’d be fools not to use…

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Your Say

Violence – 21st Century Style

The AIM Network

By Annie Byam Writing this article (framed partly as questions) is aimed at opening up some serious debate/dialogue – however, there…

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Christian intolerance is irrational and unacceptable

The AIM Network

By James Moylan I dislike Christians. However this is not bigotry. It is not an irrational dislike. Rather it is a…

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What’s in a name?

The AIM Network

By Steve Laing I’ve greatly enjoyed some of the discussions on The AIMN over the last few weeks, although like many,…

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