Western Civilisation

Civil War In The Greens
10 August 2012

Civil War In The Greens

IPA Review- August 2012

This article from the August 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Journalist with ‘The Australian’, Christian Kerr. Watch the Greens. Watch them very carefully. Bob Brown’s retirement does not mean the party is over. Rather, Brown has executed a very clever bid to boost both their vote and coffers. Civil war has been raging in the Greens all
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The National Curriculum: A Critique
24 January 2011

The National Curriculum: A Critique

The National Curriculum: A Critique is the first in a series of monographs from the Foundations of Western Civilisation Program. The legacy of Western Civilisation is rich, complex, and essential – the foundations on which Australia’s society and political system, and large swathes of our culture and history, have been built. So why are  the basics of Western Civilisation absent
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10 October 2006

Book Review: The Cube and the Cathedral: Europe, America and Politics Without God

Jason Briant reviews The Cube and the Cathedral: Europe, America and Politics Without God by George Weigal (Basic Books, 2005, 202 pages) Anyone who takes an interest in foreign policy will know that the relationship between the United States and continental Europe has been becoming increasingly rocky over recent years. Growing disagreement over foreign policy across the Atlantic has been at
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CD Kemp Lecture: Does Western Civilization Have a Future?
17 August 2006

CD Kemp Lecture: Does Western Civilization Have a Future?

Mark Steyn: I’m honored to be asked to give the C D Kemp Lecture before members of the Institute he founded and which lives on after him. I’ve been in Australia for a couple of weeks on what I like to think of as my ‘Head for the hills! It’s the end of the world!’ tour. But don’t worry, it’s
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