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Why the West continues to devastate Aboriginal cultures
It is beyond most Westerners to understand today how offers of democracy are really much more than this: there is a widespread incapacity to grasp the social assumptions embedded in our ‘gifts’ writes John Hinkson
John Hinkson examines the sources of today’s unstable politics.
The Arena publications respond to the current crisis. By Geoff Sharp, Nonie Sharp, John Hinkson, Paul James, Alison Caddick, Simon Cooper
John Hinkson finds that three recent books on climate change do not face up to the cultural assumptions that feed global warming.
Alison Caddick reflects on the Black Saturday bushfires, morality and neo-liberal markets
Does the global financial crisis mark a new realisation of the limits of where the capitalist order can take us asks John Hinkson
Neo-liberal globalisation is now encountering a world that it believes should not exist: the finite world writes John Hinkson.
John Hinkson on food shortages, population growth, climate change, and why neo-liberalism as an untenable social order