‘Peace Pilgrims’ face seven years’ jail for protesting Pine Gap’s global surveillance capabilities
Contents page for issue No. 149
What does security—the necessity of being able to assume the contours of a relatively stable life-world—mean any more?
The hope to persuade and co-opt—the failure of the Intervention
The stain of the Intervention on Indigenous–non-Indigenous relations.
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The Intervention’s role in state-based child abuse.
In the aftermath of the Intervention there has been a profound shift in the terms of national attention to Indigenous affairs.
The fate of knowledge in an age of innovation
Pine Gap and Menwith Hill
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