Dear Prince William;
Recent trade agreements
Background to the concept of race
The word ‘race’ is an unusual word and needs to be understood in its particular historical context.
Protecting the rights of people
The corporate world tell their executives that because of the learning curve the "first 100 days" are key to any leadership position. You don’t jump in on day one, you need to learn where your previous administration got it wrong (and by extension got it right) and you need time to strengthen key relationships, and you need time to develop a vision for the future.
There are several reasons why we may need a new constitution. One is to overcome the problems of Governments signing away sovereign rights through treaties - for example through Investor-State Dispute Settlement systems such as in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) or the Australia-Korea FTA.
This is an issue I discuss here: The TPP, Treaties and the Constitution.
On this page we will collect some initial reference to other regional maps in use around Australia:
Warren Mundine's unofficial regions
Noticed on Twitter today - Warren Mundine's language map (nothing official just an illustration of a language group):
Nationalism and national identity tend to be sold (by those in power at the time) as something timeless, something to be honoured because it has been around forever. So these days on “Australia Day” we hear politicians and key Australians waxing lyrically on an important celebration and a public holiday across Australia that allows us to reflect on the history of Australia, and on the “first fleet” that came into Botany Bay in 1788.
(Shit Happens Tony:)
When this "cool, calm and collected PM" was having his photo taken (below), the pressure on him to abandon the recognition of Sri Lanka and recognise War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity, instead, was immense. Is this anywhere in the filthy arse-licking Shanahan article? You can bet your bottom ...