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Margaret Simons on the tragedy of the Murray-Darling Basin, and Frank Bongiorno discusses historian Russell Ward and his 1958 landmark study of identity and culture, The Australian Legend.
Iran is under immense strain but could coronavirus really spell the end of the current regime? Former Bolivian President Evo Morales is living in Argentina but is a return to power likely? And the demise of a culture and language in a remote part of PNG.
Bruce Shapiro questions the response to the coronavirus threat, Mark Honigsbaum on what we can learn from the Spanish Flu and Milton Osborne on the threats to the mighty Mekong River.