Tag Archive for: "World War I"
The lost lessons of World War I

It has been 100 years since World War I ended and the centenary was commemorated this month with great pomp in Australia, Canada, France and the United Kingdom. Germany sent high-level authorities to France to …

ASPI suggests

The world This week’s headlines were dominated by reporting on the centenary of the end of World War I. Armistice commemorations were held across the world. ABC Nightlife reflects on the 100th anniversary in this …

The price of peace

The Great War, 1914–18, was the most convulsive, tragic and defining event in Australian history. Its sacrifices bequeathed the bond of nationhood. But such sacrifice left the young country fractured by politics, religion and class, …

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 7

In this podcast Madeleine Nyst talks to Michael Shoebridge on the connections between human rights and global security, and Donald Trump’s pick for the role of US ambassador to Australia. Also in this episode, Danielle …