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BOOK REVIEW: Return to Uluru

Jim Kable reviews a new book that examines a killing and hidden history that goes to the heart ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Dead Regular — the reality of life as a paramedic

History editor Dr Glenn Davies sits down with the author Harry Colfer to discuss why fiction is ...  
BOOK REVIEW: The Palace Letters

Dr Glenn Davies reviews a book by Professor Jenny Hocking that finally reveals the truth of the ...  
BOOK REVIEW: A Secret Australia – Revealed by the WikiLeaks exposés

Claudia Perry-Beltrame examines a new book revealing government secrets, crimes against huma ...  
Vale Mungo MacCallum — a true progressive voice gone

Independent Australia founder and director David Donovan pays tribute to one of this country's ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: That's all she wrote

Acclaimed veteran journalist Mungo MacCallum is retiring from his life's work. IA is grateful for ...  
The Coalition stands for the rich, not the worker

Peter Baker reviews Ian Bersten's book Looters ’N’ Polluters: How the Liberal Party Hoodwinked ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Reconnected — A community builder's handbook

Eric March reviews a book that explores ideas on how to create a reconnected Australia.  
Royal accolades piled on Sir John Kerr after the dismissal

Six weeks after his dismissal of the Whitlam Government, Kerr flew to England and visited the ...  
BOOK REVIEW: The Unforeseen Warrior Woman: An Unexpected Story

A new book exploring hardships faced by women 70 years after the arrival of the first convicts is ...  
Stories of love and loss

Love and Loss, edited by Renee Hollis, is the latest volume in Exisle Publishing’s 'Timeless ...  
BOOK REVIEW: The Road: Uprising in West Papua — bringing light to blackout

Journalist John Martinkus creates a comprehensive account of the ongoing genocide in West Papua ...  
Why Keynesian economic theories are needed in the modern world

The world needs to adopt a modern form of Keynesian economics to overthrow neoliberal ideologie ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Divided Opinions

Peter Baker takes a look at a new book exploring recent politics in Australia across all partie ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Contest for the Indo-Pacific: Why China won’t map the future

Bob Russell-Brown examines a new book discussing power relations between China and other nations ...  
Trust in politics, institutions and each other is in steep decline

In this review, Claudia Perry-Beltrame analyses the current trust deficit in public life and how ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Militarised Youth — The Children of the FARC

Peter Baker explores a fascinating account of the lives of child soldiers in Colombia and the ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Palembang to Pine Gap — the CIA, JFK and Whitlam

A new historical novel dredges up Cold War stories with a warning for present times.  

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