The Nation Reviewed

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From the census debacle to the Don Dale scandal, politicians and the public have short memories
By Nick Feik
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The dispute over the South China Sea will come to affect more than just China’s near neighbours
By Michael Wesley
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Why are our pets so pampered?
By Anne Manne
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Wikiclub NT is raising the Northern Territory’s profile on Wikipedia
By Oscar Schwartz
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Max Richter brings his nocturnal odyssey ‘Sleep’ to the Sydney Opera House
By Anwen Crawford
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Brexit, Trump and the federal election show how the old categories of left and right are crumbling
By Richard Denniss
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The Newtown Jets rugby league team has a loyal – and increasingly urbane – suburban following
By Alex McKinnon
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Bruce Munro’s ‘Field of Light’ brings 50,000 LED spheres to Uluru
By Ashley Hay
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Consultation and transparency are the keys to successful arts policy
By Wesley Enoch
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How does the reinvigorated treaty movement fit with recognition?
By Megan Davis
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There’s a new contender in Sophie Mirabella and Cathy McGowan’s battle for Indi
By John van Tiggelen
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Trackside at a 24-hour ultramarathon
By Paul Connolly
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Australia’s changing place in Britain’s EU deliberations
By Stuart Ward
The electorate is not as volatile as we might imagine
By George Megalogenis
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Can Malcolm Turnbull survive on optimism alone?
By Judith Brett
The mystery of a man, a tree and an umbrella
By Leigh Sales
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Melbourne Museum’s Thomas Rich has devoted more than 30 years to Australia’s polar dinosaurs
By Chloe Hooper
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Are we treating the symptoms of our problems rather than the causes?
By Michael Currie

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