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When Beijing Pivots to Lagos
When Beijing Pivots to Lagos  


March 5, 2013  

Proposition: Africa should welcome China Richard Rousseau (contre): Au-delĂ  de l’argumentaire des partisans et des dĂ©tracteurs... 

Surrounded by Four Billion Asians
Surrounded by Four Billion Asians  


October 4, 2012  

Proposition: Australia and New Zealand are not prepared for Asian pre-eminence Hugh White (for): The return of Asia to its... 

Israel Reacts to the Arab Spring
Israel Reacts to the Arab Spring  


June 7, 2012  

Proposition: The Arab Spring is, on balance, a major strategic problem for Israel Saeed Rahnema (against): Whether or not... 

Advanced Countries and the Horn of Africa
Advanced Countries and the Horn of Africa  


February 6, 2012  

Proposition: Advanced countries have a duty to help feed the Horn of Africa James Radner (against): A terrible human catastrophe... 

R2P, Corruption and Noble Causes
R2P, Corruption and Noble Causes  


October 19, 2011  

Proposition: “National interests necessarily corrupt humanitarian interventions” Kyle Matthews (against): Intervening... 

The Iraq War and the Arab Spring
The Iraq War and the Arab Spring  


June 27, 2011  

Proposition: The Iraq war (launched in 2003) eventually provided oxygen for today’s Arab Spring Shuvaloy Majumdar... 

Secrecy and Good Governance
Secrecy and Good Governance  


February 18, 2011  

Proposition: Secrecy is a necessary condition for good governance Craig Scott (against): Granted, for some purposes, and... 

Asylum and the Australian Way
Asylum and the Australian Way  


October 13, 2010  

Proposition: The ‘Australian approach’ to boat people and asylum is the correct one   Michael Barutciski (for): Certains... 

Betting on Big Companies – en Vogue Again?
Betting on Big Companies – en Vogue Again?  


June 14, 2010  

Proposition: National champions are good economic policy in the 21st century Watson (against): One silver lining to... 

Must We Always Follow the Money?
Must We Always Follow the Money?  


February 19, 2010  

Proposition: The international discourse over the next decade will (still) be economic in nature. JH (against): What... 

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