Arena Magazine issue no. 135, 2015
|AGAINST THE CURRENT
The contribution made by traditional Indigenous economies
|Brian F. Codding, Douglas W. Bird and Rebecca Bliege Bird
NEW PARADIGM FOR GREEK SOCIETY
The flowering of social solidarity amid austerity
MYTH AND MEMORY
Ways of remembering for a forgetful present
The limits of documentary thinking and the prelude to war
Romance and reality in following the United States into war
WE GO TO WAR WHEN OUR COUSINS DO
The shift away from regional engagement to anglophone partnership
NO VICTORY AMID RUBBLE
The destruction of Kobane and the long-term consequences of war
BRITTAIN'S 'TESTAMENT OF YOUTH'
A woman's anti-war contribution
The Abbott government and the erosion of the rule of law
THE $40-BILLION SUBMARINES
Pathway to strategic disaster
RACISM AND THE REPORTING OF ANTI-SEMITISM
Who qualifies as a 'victim'?
HORRIFIED, NO LONGER SHOCKED
Heidegger's 'Black Books'
THE WATCH AND THE RING
|ARTS AND CULTURE
DEATH OF THE WORD?
Is narrative and our capacity to understand it core to human being?
THE COMMON TOUCH: GET FOCUSED
What does it prove?
COOPER'S LAST: HOW TO FILTER THE TRUTH
Google, universities and deregulation
REMEMBERING THE FUTURE
Warlpiri life through the prism of drawing
A LYRICAL REALIST
B. N. Oakman's 'Second Thoughts'
|Ian Irvine (Hobson)
NO FAIR GO
Why seeking asylum is legal and Australia's policies are not
WHAT WOMEN NEED?
Of wives and women in places of power
THE ELEPHANT THIEF
The runner-up in Arena Magazine's inaugural award for Best Short Story with a Political Edge, part of the 2014 Scarlet Stiletto Awards
THE SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE