Paul Kelly


Featured Publication

  • Australia’s Future in the Balance: Overcoming Antagonism & Reigniting Enterprise & Prosperity 25 June 2015
    Following economic reforms that began in 1983 and petered out around 2003, Australians enjoyed the greatest advance in their living standards since Federation. But the lagged effects of those reforms have now subsided and the post-2003 upsurge in our terms…...
    Following economic reforms that began in 1983 and petered out around 2003, Australians enjoyed the greatest advance in their living standards since Federation. But the lagged effects of those reforms have now subsided and the post-2003 upsurge in our terms…
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Publications

  • What’s New with Anti-Semitism? 13 August 2012 | PF24
    In 2011, criticism of Israeli government domestic policy intensified in Australia with the emergence of the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign here. The local BDS campaign was directed against Israeli-owned businesses in Australia such as Max Brenner Chocolate, as well as non-Israeli owned companies perceived to have any…...
    In 2011, criticism of Israeli government domestic policy intensified in Australia with the emergence of the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign here. The local BDS campaign was directed against Israeli-owned businesses in Australia such as Max Brenner Chocolate, as well as non-Israeli owned companies perceived to have any…
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  • Religion and Politics: Contemporary Tensions 12 May 2007 | OP105
    Religion is becoming more important in Australian politics and this will pose fresh opportunities and challenges. Religion has always been important but the decline in Christian practice in recent decades led to a widespread assumption of religion’s decline in civic and political life. However, according to Paul Kelly, this requires…...
    Religion is becoming more important in Australian politics and this will pose fresh opportunities and challenges. Religion has always been important but the decline in Christian practice in recent decades led to a widespread assumption of religion’s decline in civic and political life. However, according to Paul Kelly, this requires…
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