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OPINION: Separating people according to their race is based upon a discredited 19th-century scientific theory. Unfortunately, this thinking remains embedded in Australia's constitutional DNA, writes Professor George Williams.

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OPINION: Workplace stress is manageable, if we understand it properly, writes Carlo Caponecchia in The Conversation.

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Whatever score Tendulkar makes this summer, the future of Australia-India trade is more than just cricket, writes Tim Harcourt in The Age.

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OPINION: Without higher standards of international accountability, banks will continue to see punishment for breaking the law as simply the price of doing business, warns Professor Justin O'Brien in The Conversation.

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OPINION: The Gillard government has achieved remarkable success steering legislation through a hung parliament. But the coming year may see opponents shift the battle to the High Court, writes Professor George Williams in the SMH.

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OPINION: As satisfying as it may seem to announce that you’ll see your adversary in court, a good lawyer may be duty bound to tell you otherwise, writes Associate Professor Michael Legg.

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OPINION: The Federal Government must address the exploitative elements of people smuggling without wasting taxpayer money punishing the wrong people, writes Bassina Farbenblum.

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As Qantas chief Alan Joyce took his seat at Meet the CEO, an Australian School of Business alumni event, the audience was asked “Is Joyce the craziest or the bravest CEO in Australia?”

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OPINION: People smugglers have a reputation almost as low as paedophiles and terrorists. Australians may not like them but this does not excuse unjust laws, writes Professor George Williams in the SMH.

OPINION: It's time for corporations to free themselves from the tyranny of simplistic shareholder value thinking, writes UNSW guest UCLA's Professor Lynn Stout in the SMH.

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