May 2014


Magazine

May 2014

Men of a certain age

Guns for hire

Men of a certain age

What is the cost of propping up Tony Abbott's favourite minority?

The Nation Reviewed

Knights and the old republic

Tony Abbott's aggressive monarchism

Who is the ordinary reasonable person?

The trouble with repealing section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act

The return of the Tichborne Claimant

A recent play resurrects a 150-year-old case of imposture

Mosquito diplomacy

A plan to stop dengue fever sets off invasion fears in Indonesia


The Monthly Essays

Men of a certain age

What is the cost of propping up Tony Abbott's favourite minority?

Whatever happened to the working class?

The left has forgotten where it came from

Guns for hire

The surprising role of Australians in the rise of private security companies


VOX

At eighty

Forty years of friendship

Owl

Medicine

Big pharma

How doctors deal with drug companies

Medicine

Arts & Letters

The 50th anniversary of ‘My Brother Jack’

George Johnston’s classic of Australian war literature

The world’s biggest rock star

Kanye West and ‘Yeezus’

Time and transition in Sophie Hyde’s ‘52 Tuesdays’

A new Australian film poses intriguing questions

Italy and Spain’s artistic exchange

‘Italian Masterpieces from Spain’s Royal Court’ at the National Gallery of Victoria



Noted


Encounters

John Monash & King George V

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