Editions: 2022

December 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 11, No. 592

Russia, China and Iran: An Uneasy Alliance of Rogues

Daryl McCann
Up from Despair
Matthew White
Les Murray and Marian Poetry
Barry Spurr
The Inalienable Freedoms in a National Bill of Rights
Douglas Hassall
The Eternal Business of Coronations
Andrew Cusack
The Voice and the Problem of Extractive Elites
Andrew Russell & Lana Starkey

November 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 10, No. 591

How Xi Misreads the Taiwan Battlefield

Frank Mount
The Rise and Fall of Sovereignty in Europe
Nicholas T. Parsons
Every Conservative is Worse than Previous Conservatives
Tim Blair
Mussolini Past and Present
Sean McGlynn
What American Conservatism Exists to Conserve
Christopher DeMuth
Atlas Hugged
James Murray

October 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 9, No. 590

Dissidents Against the Gender Dysphoria Orthodoxy

Wanda Skowronska
Abortion and the Question of Rights
Anthony Daniels
Progressive Politics Infects Primary Care Medicine
John Prineas
The Judicial Over-Reach of the Mabo Case
John Singer
An Easy-Fit Boutique Identity
Christopher Akehurst
The Dead Sea Scrolls’ Australian Connection
Rachael Kohn

September 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 9, No. 589

The Crude Maoist Origins of Today’s Culture Wars

David Martin Jones
I Don’t Like Broccoli
Stephen Sewell
The Cinematic Vision of Henry Lawson
Diana Figgis
The Triumph of Memory over Forgetting
Patrick Morgan
‘Against the Ice’: All but Frozen
Joe Dolce
The Arduous Path Back to Stability and Growth
Wolfgang Kasper

July-August 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 7-8, No. 588

Freedom and the Great Man of Dubai

James Ackhurst
Percy Bysshe Shelley: a Maggot in the Brain
Mervyn Bendle
Ronald Searle in Heaven and Hell
Michael Connor
Devoured by Weaklings: The Chosen Fate of the West
Harry Cummins
Christians and Jews: Between Story and History
Michael Giffin
The Truth and Post-Truth about Slavery
Eugene Alexander Donnini

June 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 6, No. 588

The Invention of Indigenous Intergenerational Trauma

Christopher Heathcote
Illusions of Marginalisation in Young Adult Fiction
Sean Wayman
Viktor Orbán’s Popular Defiance
Nicholas T. Parsons
Media, Menses, Mental
Tim Blair
Ulysses, a Century On
Barry Spurr
A New Vogue for Smoking in Manhattan
Rob Long

May 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 5, No. 586

Broadening the Higher Education Conversation

Paul Oslington
Desperately Seeking Susan Sontag
Michael Morrissey
Oysterminds and Whingers
Kevin Myers
The Divided Brain and the Divided Culture
Peter Murphy
Globalising Elites and the Withering of Democracy
David Martin Jones
They Won’t Glow … or Seek to Know
Tim Blair

April 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 4, No. 585

The Causes of War

Keith Windschuttle
Lessons from an unfinished war
John O’Sullivan
The Fragility-Industrial Complex
Anthony Daniels
Apart from God, Only Trump Can Stop Trump
Salvatore Babones
Putin’s War and the Lessons of History
Tony Abbott
Anglophobia: The Unrecognised Hatred
Richard Harrison & Frank Salter

March 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 3, No. 584

Éric Zemmour, the Insiders’ Outsider

Anthony Daniels
Reconciliation at $1500 a Pop
Salvatore Babones
Covid and the Phenomenon of Mass Formation
Wanda Skowronska
The Story of the Wuhan Flu
Wolfgang Kasper
AUKUS and Those Who Missed Out
Andrew Cusack
How to Launch a Revolution … and Lose it Too
John O’Sullivan

January-February 2022 Volume Volume LXVI, Number 1-2, No. 583

Hating Your Own Country

Keith Windschuttle
The Dispensable Mrs Merkel
John O’Sullivan
The Forgiveness of Uncle Tom
Salvatore Babones
The Unseemliness of Incontinent Emotions
Anthony Daniels
China’s Sway over Australian Universities
Salvatore Babones
The Common Cause of China and Islam
Harry Cummins