Bruce Shapiro on US politics; ten Federal Elections that shaped Australia; and deciphering corporate euphemisms
Bruce Shapiro discusses two significant US Supreme Court cases - one against Apple, and the other throwing into question the legal importance of precedent. We revisit ten Federal Elections that shaped Australia. And an analysis of corporate communications reveals how often, and why, euphemisms are deployed.
Daniel McCarthy examines the changing economic relationship between the US and China. Journalist Will Fitzgibbon and law professor Miranda Stewart reflect on the mining giant Glencore's loss against the Tax Office in this weeks High Court decision. Criminologist Barry Godfrey turns to the...
The Pacific Islands Forum, Moonkind and the legacy of the comedy of John Clarke
Bruce Shapiro analyses US politics. Is secular Bangladesh threatened by the rise of extremism and terrorism? Australia's first wireless broadcast, 100 years ago, was not on the radio.