Dialogue

Dialogue

Fear and loathing in Bradfield: Nelson’s parting gift

Dr Nick Economou details how the Bradfield byelection, prompted by the resignation of Dr Brendan Nelson,creates a no-win situation for Malcolm Turnbull.

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Time that some responsibility was taken

Thomas Andronas draws on his personal experience to question notions of personal responsibility amongst young people.

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Karamanlis chooses to go to polls

John Psaropoulos was not surprised that Costa Karamanlis has called the snap poll in October.

Dialogue

Greek Orthodox Church inconsistent on gay marriages

A reader expresses the inconsistencies they feel exist in the Greek Orthodox position on gay marriages.

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Promoting the Cyprus Struggle in Australia

Elias Eracleous comes out in support of the independent efforts to promote Justice for Cyprus outside of the traditional community institutions.

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Why Aussie bureacracy rocks!

The discovery that his passport had been misplaced allowed Fotis to discover the pleasures of a dealing with Australia’s bureaucracy.

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‘God instructs man to not lie down with man’

Tony Giannopoulos makes the case for why he is opposed to ‘gay marriages’

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Turkey, the Kurds and Cyprus

Gene Rossides argues that there are major inconsistencies in the Turkish positions on the Kurds and Turkish Cypriots, which are being compounded by US inaction

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White ‘Australian Story’

Chris Fotinopoulos asks where are all the wog stories on the ABC television program ‘Australian Story.’

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Double dissolution not without its dangers

Dr Nick Economou assesses the level of risk the Rudd Government faces if it calls a double dissolution election.