IN THIS ISSUE
Notes on Contributors
Iraq: What Justifies Our Role Now?
AWB in Iraq: ALP and ABC in Fairyland
The ABC: Auction Time
Israel/Palestine after the Elections
Former Secretary of the Australian Treasury John Stone shows conclusively how much better off Australia is today than it was in 1995.
A former senior intelligence officer John Miller shows how post-communist Russia is engaging in precisely the same intelligence game it did during Soviet times.
Augusto Zimmermann examines the ways in which radical forces, within Brazil’s ruling left-wing government of President Lula da Silva, are working to push that government further towards the politics of hard-line Marxism-Leninism.
Brian J. Coman explores the contradictions inherent in the attitudes of radical environmentalists who see man as intruding upon nature rather than as part of it.
National Observer No. 68 - Autumn 2006