Sally Warhaft, Tim Lindsey and Julian McMahon discuss Australia's diplomatic relationship with Indonesia.
At the beginning of an election year, guests from The Lowy Institute discuss foreign policy's likely directions in 2013.
Adam Smith delivers a passionate speech, presenting powerful arguments for better support of young people.
Listen to the audio of our Intelligence Squared debate on the proposition 'Western Civilisation is in Terminal Decline'.
Economist, attorney and author Michael Shuman sets out a passionate argument for the benefits of local investment.
At the Melbourne Town Hall, two teams argue their cases for and against the true worth of Australian foreign aid.
Sally Warhaft, Satyajit Das and Andrew Charlton take part in a heated debate over the future of economic growth in Au...
Laura Tingle and Fran Kelly discuss Tingle's Quarterly Essay, which tackles Australian society's climate of antagonis...
Shareholder activist Stephen Mayne, journalist George Megalogenis and host Sally Warhaft unpack Australia's 2012-13 f...
Bernard Salt and Catherine Deveny join host Sally Warhaft to discuss childcare, work and family life in Australia.
George Megalogenis discusses his incisive book on Australia's place in the global economy. With Annabel Crabb.
Andrew Charlton discusses the conflicting interests of wealthy and developing nations in the global energy crisis.
Environmentalist and entrepreneur Paul Hawken talks about capitalism's "sunset effect" and his new book Blessed Unrest.
In a marathon session, Paul Keating talks cultural vision, reconciliation, reform and creativity with Robert Manne.
Jane Gleeson-White traces double entry bookkeeping from monastic origins to its place at the heart of capitalism.
Politicians, scientists, academics and stakeholders debate the controversial introduction of a carbon tax in Australia.
Journalist Paul Cleary critiques Australia's dependence on mining in what he provocatively labels "generational theft".
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