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Liberal Renaissance will have to wait

Nick Economou casts his eyes over the State election results in South Australia and Tasmania and the poor portends for the Liberals federally.

Modern pic disasters? I don’t think so!

Cambridge Fellow Michael C Scott this week tackles Hollywood’s obsession with the ancient epics

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Koukouloforoi, bombs and Greek coffee

Guy Rundle gives a personal take on the current political situation in Greece.

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The value of atheist conventions

Chris Fotinopoulos makes the case that people with faith emphasise the value of diversity yet view those who are free of faith as morally unfit to participate in their discussions.

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Now is the time to lobby for modern Greek

The release of the Federal Government’s National Curriculum proposal and the review of which priority languages to include in the National Curriculum presents a historic window

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Crashing through with Kevin?

Dr Nick Economou opines: with a general election imminent Labor needed something big to restore its ascendency in the policy debate.

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On The Spit

On The Spit looks at why Tarpon Springs is the centre of international relations and asks whether the next election campaign for the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria has j

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Koukouloforoi, bombs and coffee

If Athens were a mysterious brown paper package, it would tick. Guy Rundle continues his exploration of Greece’s seemingly cyclical political upheaval.

Ancient Greece: Sex, to partake or not to partake?

Cambridge Fellow, Micheal C. Scott, examines the unique sexual mores of Ancient Greece in this week’s column.

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Right Room, Wrong Elephant

The real ‘elephant in the room’ is not population growth.