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Pyrrho – Greece’s most charistmatic sceptic

Julia Gillard took a cheap shot at Scott Morrison on the refugee debate while not having a great record herself

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It’s game on as Gillard goes high risk with carbon tax

Gillard runs with climate change issue as the Labor party commits to carbon tax

How to survive a siege

In an ancient manual about warfare, Aeneas offers hints, tips, tricks, practical solutions and advice about preparing for, surviving and fighting back a city siege and how to use a

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Shame on you Morrison and Abbott

The Shadow Immigration spokesman Scott Morrison was so callous last week it offended Neos Kosmos and should mark the end of the Federal Coalition’s infatuation with One Nation’s po

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Australia: the bloody lucky country

Australia and Germany have different ways of looking at migrants, migrant communities and cultural diversity

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The Egyptian Revolution : Moment of Truth

Mubarak no chance of surviving politically due to 30 years of corruption, nepotism and despotic governance but will what follows destabilise the Middle East?

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Will the real Australia stand up!

Chris Fotinopoulos asks if we should also be recognising our demons on Australia Day

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It’s not only the economy: the Greek Crisis and its geopolitical consequences

Nicolas Mottas looks at how the Greek financial crisis is impacting on the execution of Greek foreign policy

A new visual Homer?

Ancient Greece was an important source of inspiration for Karl Lagerfeld’s stylings for the 2011 Pirelli calendar.

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My Big Fat Greek Epiphany

As we celebrated the Epiphany, Chris Fotinopoulos remembered January 6, his father’s name day, as a community building event