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Why Britain should vote 'Leave'Australia should hope for a Brexit. IPA Adjunct Fellow Georgina Downer explains why Britain should vote to leave the European Union, and what a successful Leave vote will mean for Australia. Read Georgina's full report: http://www.ipa.org.au/publications/2519/in-defence-of-the-british-nation-state:-the-australian-case-for-brexit Posted by Institute of Public Affairs on Tuesday, 21 June 2016
22Jun
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Why Brexit matters for Australia

Britain’s European Union ‘Stay’ or ‘Leave’ referendum is just a few days away.

Although at first sight this may appear to be irrelevant to Australia, a foreign government potentially exiting their supranational union, there are a variety of implications for our foreign policy and public policy issues.

06Jun
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Social Justice Warriors talk about animal rights, what about the 25 million North Koreans?

The horrors and nightmares from North Korea are immense: mass poverty, thousands dying every year in concentration camps, and all the while the government exercises totalitarian control over the people....

20May
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Generation Liberty takes on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne

Last week Generation Liberty, in conjunction with the Melbourne University Freedom Society, took on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne in The Great Debate: Capitalism v. Socialism.

01May
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White student accused of cultural appropriation due to dreadlocks

An extraordinary video of a white student being harassed for simply having dreadlocks has surfaced from San Francisco State University.

31Mar
EducationNewsSocialVideos

Hypersensitivity on campus is destroying open debate

Hypersensitivity, combined with speech codes and other restrictions, are hindering the capacity of full and frank discussion on university campuses across the world.

31Mar
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Development and economic growth for those that need it most

Have you ever thought about what happens to a developing country when a global financial slowdown comes around?

31Mar
PoliticsSocialVideos

Should the government regulate dinner parties?

The sharing economy has allowed us to open our cars, our delivery systems, and now even our dining rooms to other people.