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        A national disaster

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        The prevention state: Part one

        Society

        Governments and police are trying to pre-empt danger with legislation. But when the risk is terrorism, there are limits to what is possible.

        The prevention state: Part two

        Society

        Risk has overtaken wealth as the organising principle of society. But the powers being granted police are not always based on real threats.

        ‘The Topeka School’ by Ben Lerner

        Culture

        The American author’s latest novel canvasses the seething hate speech of the burgeoning alt-right and white-boy rap battles in the Midwest


        Stasiland now

        Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the author of ‘Stasiland’ reveals the ongoing power of the former East German regime, not just in politics and business but also in shaping perceptions of victimhood in unified Germany



        The Monthly Essays

        Stasiland now

        Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the author of ‘Stasiland’ reveals the ongoing power of the former East German regime, not just in politics and business but also in shaping perceptions of victimhood in unified Germany

        Peace with dishonour

        On the West’s Trump-led exit from the wreckage of the Middle East

        Australia 2.0

        The America’s Cup winged keel and the transformation of a nation

        Remember her name

        Were systemic racism and unconscious bias among police officers behind the death in custody of Tanya Day?


        The Nation Reviewed

        The middle of nowhere

        Australia’s political leaders have lost their bearings in a changed world

        Cap in hand

        An unprecedented twist in the Walkley Award–winning story of the David Eastman murder case

        Big man energy

        At the Menergy retreat, men tackle anger, address emotional resilience and dance like wild women

        Water water

        GOMA’s ‘Water’ exhibition brings an Icelandic stream indoors in Brisbane

        Ready to rumble

        Crowds cheer on the destructive prowess of Pot Head and Wanda at the Robowars National Championship


        Vox

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        Damascene subversion: Christos Tsiolkas’s ‘Damascus’

        The literary storyteller’s latest novel wrestles with the mythology of Christianity’s founder, Paul the Apostle

        Agents of chaos: Peter Pomerantsev’s ‘This Is Not Propaganda’

        The Russian expat journalist wonders if democracy can survive the internet, as social media is used to promote feelings over facts

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        Cardi B delivered the song of the decade as a new league of superstars overcame the significance of bands



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        ‘Japan supernatural’ The Art Gallery of NSW’s examination of Japan’s centuries-long artistic traditions depicting the spirit world and the macabre By Miriam Cosic

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