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Opinion and Commentary contains media articles written by CIS researchers.

  • Comment: Struggle against Islamist ideology will last centuries

    06 Oct 2014 | Online Opinion

    Combating Islamic State’s deadly global reach gets more urgent by the day. Read More

  • $haria Law

    15 Nov 2013 | Quadrant Online

    If sukuk bonds go mainstream, as is poised to happen in Britain with David Cameron's blessing, the way will be open for the wider introduction of Islamic principles. Is the likely erosion of Common Law... Read More

  • Our right to silence is too important to lose

    01 Oct 2012 | The Conversation

    The move to dilute the right to silence in NSW is unjust, constitutionally questionable and unnecessary. Read More

  • Liberals Drop Ball in Super Free-For-All

    14 Nov 2011 | Australian Financial Review

    Lifting superannuation to 12% is wrong. Read More

  • Does gay marriage prove marriage matters?

    29 Sep 2011 | Online Opinion

    Gay couples dragging marriage back into vogue. Read More

  • Brits recoil from teaching respect for authority at home or school

    15 Aug 2011 | The Australian

    Following last week's riots in Britain, politicians and commentators have similarly been asking the wrong question. What caused thousands of (mainly) young males to torch buildings where they live, loot... Read More

  • Rights charter would empower only lobbyists

    Elise Parham | 04 Feb 2010 | The Australian

    A federal charter of rights would only empower special interest groups. Read More

  • Charter of rights no protection for the vulnerable

    Elise Parham | 02 Feb 2010 | Open Forum

    A charter of rights that many of us imagine will not be the charter we actually get. Read More

  • The importance of staying single legally

    Jennifer Buckingham | 12 Aug 2002 | The Newcastle Herald

    The NSW Law Reform Commission proposes that, when unmarried couples who live together break up, their property settlement should be subject to exactly the same rules as when a married couple gets divorced. ... Read More