The relationship between church and state has always been uneasy. In the policy world, there are many points of intersection and, often, friction between secular and religious values. As Western societies become progressively more liberal, we can expect this friction to increase, as we see in the current conflict between anti-discrimination law and religious freedom. […]
This Labor fiefdom desperately needs an effective opposition to jolt the governing party out of complacency.
While many have questioned her leadership skills, few can doubt Theresa May’s Prime Ministerial fortitude. In the strange schemozzle that is Britain’s exit from the European Union, she, at least…
Believing one is more virtuous than one's opponents is the deadliest of political traps.
We could learn from China's boldness. Instead, we show no signs of even thinking about our future.
Not really, but we do need think carefully about how to harness, and regulate, machine intelligence.
Despite greatly increased effort in recent years, the policies of Australian governments towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders continue to fail on many levels. According to the latestC…