Thursday 16 Aug 2018 | 11:35 | SYDNEY
Thursday 16 Aug 2018 | 11:35 | SYDNEY

Tuesday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


12 May 2009 17:35

  • FT columnist Gideon Rachman is (mostly) optimistic about China's economy. 
  • DFAT reform: The Age's Dan Flitton looks to New Zealand and South Africa for inspiration.
  • A multimedia artwork displaying every nuclear explosion from 1945 to 1998.
  • Prime Minister Rudd — and more particularly, his staff — may be interested in US National Security Adviser Jim Jones' views on what constitutes a working day:

“I’m here by 7 o’ clock in the morning, and I go home at 7, 7:30 at night; that’s a fairly reasonable day if you’re properly organized,” he said. What about officials who pride themselves on being at the White House deep into the night? “Congratulations,” he said. “To me that means you’re not organized.”