Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Miranda Darling Tobias


Featured Publication

  • The HIV/AIDS Crisis in Papua New Guinea 08 February 2007 | IA81
    The rapid spread of HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea has created a health emergency. At least 120,000 Papua New Guineans are likely to have HIV/AIDS and infections are spreading quickly. Infection rates are now estimated to be 2% to 3%…...
    The rapid spread of HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea has created a health emergency. At least 120,000 Papua New Guineans are likely to have HIV/AIDS and infections are spreading quickly. Infection rates are now estimated to be 2% to 3%…
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Media & Commentary

  • Aids will destroy a nation 24 March 2007 | The Adelaide Advertiser
    Despite assurances from the Papua New Guinea Government that it is doing "more than any other government" to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, the country is now facing a health emergency. At least 120,000 Papua New Guineans are likely to…
    Despite assurances from the Papua New Guinea Government that it is doing "more than any other government" to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, the country is now facing a health emergency. At least 120,000 Papua New Guineans are likely to…
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  • An idea sinkable, even as it is floated 02 August 2005 | The Sydney Morning Herald
    The latest child of the global nuclear renaissance is a floating nuclear power plant. The Russians plan to power remote villages in far northern Russia with a number of these, the first of which will be ready by 2008. The…
    The latest child of the global nuclear renaissance is a floating nuclear power plant. The Russians plan to power remote villages in far northern Russia with a number of these, the first of which will be ready by 2008. The…
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  • After the tsunami, a spectre of bird flu 28 April 2005 | The Canberra Times
    The devastation caused by the earthquakes in Asia sets up an ominous foreground for the explosion of a lethal new mutation of avian influenza. Environmental disruptions such as earthquakes, floods or droughts are portents that precede the great plagues of…
    The devastation caused by the earthquakes in Asia sets up an ominous foreground for the explosion of a lethal new mutation of avian influenza. Environmental disruptions such as earthquakes, floods or droughts are portents that precede the great plagues of…
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  • Action needed on al-Qa'ida's hiding place 17 January 2005 | The Australian
    The devastation in Asia caused by the tsunami has understandably overshadowed the horrors being perpetrated by the Janjaweed militia in Darfur and the equally shameful failure of the Sudanese Government to stop them. But events in Sudan remain critical and…
    The devastation in Asia caused by the tsunami has understandably overshadowed the horrors being perpetrated by the Janjaweed militia in Darfur and the equally shameful failure of the Sudanese Government to stop them. But events in Sudan remain critical and…
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Publications

  • COMMENT: The Falcon and the Falconer 29 May 2006
    To more effectively combat terrorism, we need to understand why homegrown Western converts turn against their own societies.
    To more effectively combat terrorism, we need to understand why homegrown Western converts turn against their own societies.
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