Growing up amongst the Indian diaspora in Western Sydney, the message from the community was always that the conservatism was the institution of the xenophobic establishment, of white imperialism, racism and the oppressive British Empire. On the other hand, it was simply assumed that the Left were our true representatives, running compassionate and caring policies that sought to suppress racism and make us feel welcome. … Continue reading The Ethnic Vote: An Uphill Battle Facing 21st Century Conservatives
Nick Rigby looks into the recent Yellow Shirt movement and what it says about the state of French politics and public policy in 2019. Continue reading La Révolution de la Veste Jaune
Janine Joseph uncovers the hypocrisy in Labor’s recent approach to a two state solution. Janine is the President of the Australasian Union of Jewish Students at the University of Sydney.
Photo: Getty Images Continue reading Uproar After Morrison’s Recognition of West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel – Does it Deserve the Controversy?
Conservative Club President Chanum Torres writes about the strength of conservatism – its ability to face change with unmatched confidence and vigour. Photo: Stock Images Continue reading Conservatism: Meaning and Relevance in a Changing World
Alex Teh makes the case for continued global projection of U.S. military power using the withdrawal of American troops from Syria as an example. Alex is Vice President of the University of Sydney Conservative Club.
Photo: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0 Continue reading Mission Accomplished?
NSW Young Liberals President Harry Stutchbury reflects on the importance of free and open markets to human prosperity historically and into the future. Continue reading Why the Free Market?
‘There seems to be a great divide observed by the late, great, Christopher Hitchens, ‘between those who think that a job simply must be found for Hillary Clinton, and those that could bloody well do without her’. Continue reading Where is the Left-Wing Reckoning of Hillary Clinton?
For an administration that is increasingly becoming a revolving-door for senior officials as the Russian investigation heats up, losing Hope is a sign for the worse.
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The balance of peace in a highly volatile region lies in an unstable, nuclear armed nation. Despite this, co-operation between regional governments remains significantly fragmented. So, the question remains – is a NATO-style collective defence bloc against North Korea within the Asia Pacific possible? Can a successful containment policy be implemented without alienating surrounding regional neighbours? Continue reading Is it Time for a Collective Defence Bloc in Asia?