Wednesday 06 Oct 2021 | 23:24 | SYDNEY
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Tuesday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


1 April 2008 13:07

  • Hard to faultĀ Opposition Foreign Affairs Spokesman Andrew Robb's logic when it comes to selling uranium to India. But Henry Sokolski put the opposing case well in a couple of guest posts he wrote for us in December and January.
  • Recordings from last week's launch of the Lowy Institute's new Melanesia Program (sponsored by the Myer Foundation) are here. There were short but powerful speeches from Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Duncan Kerr, and Parliamentary Secretary for International Development Assistance, Bob McMullan.
  • This is the best explanation I've seen of why Hillary is so unmoved in the face of almost impossible odds.
  • Marginal Revolution tries to give an economics answer to why the combo platter at a Mexican restaurant is cheaper than an individual dish. It reminds me of the Billy Connolly line that no matter what you order at a Mexican restaurant, you get the same thing, just folded differently.