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Violent encounters on the Australian frontier

Inaugural Lecture Conflict and connection between Aboriginal people and settlers in Australia’s colonial past In recent years, Australia has publicly grappled with its history of violence between colonial settlers and Aboriginal people, where covert battles unfolded between strangers from across a cultural divide, and beneath the radar of the law. But on a shared frontier, […]

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Australian Politics: The Gillard Government one year on

The federal election of August 2010 delivered a hung parliament for the first time since the 1940s.

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Who’s the Boss?

An exploration of the ongoing tug-of-war between fairness and flexibility in the Australian workplace.

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The Constitution and the Murray-Darling Rivers

Send in the Litigators?. Can the Commonwealth wrest control of the ‘waters of the rivers’ of the Murray and Darling from the Basin States?

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What use is research in international trade policy and economic development?

In his presentation on “What use is research on international trade policy and economic development?” Professor Pomfret will discuss the value of supporting research in these areas at an Australian university.

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