Australian politics, society & culture

The Nation Reviewed

How we fight fires now
By John van Tiggelen
On science, religion, politics and ideology
By Judith Brett
How should we remember World War One?
By Don Watson
A bromance for the ages
By Greg Sheridan
Memories of a friend and mentor
By Robyn Davidson
‘Falling Back to Earth’ at Brisbane’s QAGOMA
By Ashley Hay
The Shadow King reimagines Shakespeare's tragedy
By Christine Kenneally
Indonesia’s dangdut music puts Western pop to shame
By Ramon Glazov
Rewriting the Gillard years
By Richard Cooke
Fire, climate and denial
By Robert Kenny
How the man became a myth
By Simone Ubaldi
James Mackay is on the audition trail in LA
By Jo Lennan
Illness and enforced retirement won’t stop a local newspaperwoman
By Ian Kenins
The Melbourne teenager with the worldwide scoop
By Michaela McGuire
Our month-long stint as president
By Nick Bryant
The prime minister is sorry about everything
By Don Watson
The delusion continues post-election
By Richard Cooke
The 2013 election campaign came down to a contest between constancy and charisma, but Labor should have reined in its leader.
By Judith Brett

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