Making sense of Australia’s place in the world, Between the Lines puts contemporary international issues and events into a broader historical context, seeking out original perspectives and challenging accepted wisdom.
Prospects for Pakistan’s Imran Khan and Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu, also David Kemp on Australian liberalism.
Analysis and commentary on Pakistan’s Imran Khan’s prospects for a political comeback and in Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, another veteran leader, forms a new coalition government. David Kemp on Liberalism in Australia 1966 – 2022
Peter Costello on the Australian economy, what happened at COP 27 and problems with the EU's asylum system
Peter Costello's assessment of the Australian economy. Jacqueline Peel discusses what happened at the recent climate change summit in Egypt. Anna Vallianatou shares her concerns over EU asylum policy in Greece.
Xi, Putin and the West, Iranian women resist and countering China’s Belt and Road
Xi Jinping meets western leaders and Ukraine pushes back Putin's army - but is the world becoming a safer place? Gideon Rachman and Sir Lawrence Freeman.
Iranian women's fight against tyranny Nos Hosseini: The Iranian Women's Association and Kylie Moore-Gilbert, author of The Uncaged Sky: My 804 days in an Iranian Prison.
Countering China's Belt and Road Initiative . Hayley Channer: Senior Policy Fellow, Perth USAsia Centre.
The US midterms, superconductors are the oil of the digital age and Malaysia goes to the polls.
The US midterms Analysis and commentary on the early results with Nicole Hemmer Political historian, Vanderbilt University and Nick Minchin, Australian Consul General in New York 2013 — 2017.
The US vs China and the economic battle for high tech supremacy. Alice Han: Director of China research at Greenmantle, a US-based advisory group.
Malaysia votes A preview of the Nov. 19th general election. Bridget Welsh: University of Nottingham's Asia Research Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Can the world agree on carbon reduction at COP 27? What demography tell us about geopolitics and what's wrong with identity politics
Achieving global net zero at COP 27 ? Opposing views from; Rupert Darwall, author of The Age of Global Warming: A History and Dorinda Cox: Greens Senator from Western Australia.
What demography can tell us about international relations. Nicholas Eberstadt: American Enterprise Institute, Washington.
What's wrong with identity politics. Mary Eberstadt: the Catholic Information Center, Washington DC. Author of Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics.
Rifts, divisions and the future for centre right parties, and how women in Iran have had enough
The Anglosphere's conservatives and their deep divisions Richard Tice: Leader UK Reform Party, Henry Olsen: Columnist Washington Post, John Roskam: Former head of the Institute of Public Affairs consider the fault lines and the state of affairs on the right.
The protests in Iran. More than just a revolt over women forced to wear head scarves. The Iranian regime faces its biggest challenge in decades. Danielle Pletka: Senior fellow in Foreign and Defense studies, American Enterprise Institute.
Thank you Tom.
A most excellent series for Australian national security discussion and education.
Maybe consider the content of pre recorded royal comment ?
Really shoulda trimmed the intro …