February 2014


Magazine

February 2014

Lives of the magnates

Lives of the magnates

Inside the worlds of Clive Palmer, Gina Rinehart, Andrew Forrest and Nathan Tinkler


The Nation Reviewed

Lest we go over the top

How should we remember World War One?

Why climate change defeats our short-term thinking

On science, religion, politics and ideology

Andrew Upton goes solo

It’s a new era for Sydney Theatre Company’s artistic director

Scott Morrison at Shirelive

Presents, prayers and asylum seekers


The Monthly Essays

The future of the Greens

Government or activism?

Lives of the magnates

Inside the worlds of Clive Palmer, Gina Rinehart, Andrew Forrest and Nathan Tinkler

Japan, China, Senkaku, Diaoyu

Why is Australia taking sides in the East China Sea?


Medicine

Medicine's mission to Mars

Transplants, out-of-body organs and limits to treatment

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Re-evaluating World War One

Margaret MacMillan’s ‘The War That Ended Peace’, Paul Ham’s ‘1914’ and David Reynolds’ ‘The Long Shadow’

Putting Australia on the map

‘Mapping Our World’ at the National Library of Australia

ASIO surveillance in ‘Persons of Interest’

Documentary series charts the history of Australia’s intelligence-gathering operations

Music videos: a personal history

From Saturday-morning ‘Rage’ to ACMI’s ‘Spectacle’ exhibition

‘Blue Is the Warmest Colour’ and ‘Nebraska’ film reviews

New work from directors Abdellatif Kechiche and Alexander Payne



Noted


Encounters

Joh Bjelke-Petersen & the Shah of Iran

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