Robert Manne

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100 ENTRIES Robert Manne is emeritus professor of politics and vice-chancellor’s fellow at La Trobe University. His most recent books are The Mind of the Islamic State and On Borrowed Time.



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Culture

Surrounded by pygmies: Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘A Bigger Picture’

The former PM’s memoir fails to reckon with his fatal belief that all Australians shared his vision

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Culture

Rats, heroes and Kevin Rudd’s ‘The PM Years’

This memoir answers some questions about his deposal and return but raises others

Illustration

Society

Abbott, ANU and the decline of Western civilisation

How the Ramsay Centre’s degree stopped before it started

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Society

On borrowed time

Reflections on a life lived in the shadow of mortality

Politics

Trump and Russia: a guide for the bewildered

A fuller story of relations between the Russian government and the Trump campaign is only now coming to light

Culture

Politics gets personal

Laura Poitras’ ‘Risk’ sidesteps the biggest question about Julian Assange

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The standards that ‘Quadrant’ seeks to uphold

Roger Franklin’s comments on bombing the ABC Ultimo studio reflect a much deeper problem

Politics

Once upon a time in America

Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey will jeopardise any future investigation

Politics

An urgently needed compromise

The asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru cannot wait for a medium-term solution

Politics

Seeking a workable solution for asylum seekers

Robert Manne responds to Klaus Neumann

blog

It’s time to rethink asylum-seeker policy

An open letter to the supporters and opponents of the Nauru and Manus Island asylum seekers

Politics

The Muscovian Candidate?

Donald Trump and Russia

blog

Dabiq and the Islamic State massacres

How precisely is this kind of permanent terror to be explained?

blog

Yes, Virginia, there is a solution to Australia’s asylum-seeker problem

Despite Canberra group-think, there is no longer any plausible reason to keep asylum seekers in detention

Politics

The national broadside

The Australian’s campaign against Gillian Triggs is another in a long line of crude culture-war offensives

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