Australian Journal of Politics & History articles

Volume 58 (1)

The Changing Shape of Intellectual Cooperation: From the League of Nations to UNESCO
Jo-Anne Pemberton, vol. 58 (1): 34-50
Libertarian Traditions: F.A. Hayek and John Anderson
Creagh McLean Cole, vol. 58 (1): 51-66
The National Service Scheme: Citizenship and the Tradition of Compulsory Military Service in 1960s Australia
Christina Twomey, vol. 58 (1): 67-81
“Forced Adoption” in the Australian Story of National Regret and Apology*
Denise Cuthbert, vol. 58 (1): 82-96
Federalism, Party Organization and the Australian Greens
Narelle Miragliotta, vol. 58 (1): 97-111
Francis Fukuyama and the Origins of Political Order and the State: A Historical Critique
Gregory Melleuish, vol. 58 (1): 112-122
The One Day of the Year and All That: Anzac between History and Memory
Martin Crotty, vol. 58 (1): 123-131
Book Reviews
vol. 58 (1): 132-158

Volume 57 (4)

The Second AIF and the End of Empires: Soldiers' Attitudes Toward a “Free Asia”
Lachlan Grant, vol. 57 (4): 479-494
Engaging with Asia: the Chifley Government and the New Delhi Conferences of 1947 and 1949
Julie Suares, vol. 57 (4): 495-510
The Yellow Cake Road: Malcolm Fraser, the Ranger Enquiry and Australia's Role in the US International Fuel Cycle Project
Wayne Reynolds, vol. 57 (4): 511-525
“Rediscovery”, “Reinvigoration” and “Redefinition” in Perpetuity: Australian Engagement with India 1983–2011
Sally Percival Wood, vol. 57 (4): 526-542
Redefining the Nonproliferation Norm? Australian Uranium, the NPT, and the Global Nuclear Revival
Jeffrey S. Lantis, vol. 57 (4): 543-561
Gillard, Rudd and Labor Tradition*
Carol Johnson, vol. 57 (4): 562-579
President Roosevelt, Admiral Stark, and the Unsent Warning to Pearl Harbor: A Research Note
Paul S. Burtness, vol. 57 (4): 580-588
Debating the German Empire
Andrew G. Bonnell, vol. 57 (4): 589-596
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy: January to June 2011
Melissa Curley, vol. 57 (4): 597-613
Political Chronicles
John Wanna, vol. 57 (4): 614-666

Volume 57 (3)

Preface: Politics and Time
Stephanie Lawson, vol. 57 (3): 337-338
On the Complexities of Time and Temporality: Implications for World History and Global Futures
Heikki Patomäki, vol. 57 (3): 339-352
History and Time
David Christian, vol. 57 (3): 353-365
On the Relation between Politics and Time
Ian Tregenza, vol. 57 (3): 366-376
The Past in the Present
Christine Helliwell, vol. 57 (3): 377-388
Commandeering Time: The Ideological Status of Time in the Social Darwinism of Herbert Spencer
Iain Stewart, vol. 57 (3): 389-402
Dialogue Between Past and Present: Policy Evaluation and History
Diana Perche, vol. 57 (3): 403-419
Is the Future a Foreign Country?
Stephanie Lawson, vol. 57 (3): 420-433
Gallipoli or Other Peoples' Wars Revisited: Sundry Reflections on ANZAC: a Review Article
John A. Moses, vol. 57 (3): 434-442
Book Reviews
vol. 57 (3): 443-477

Volume 57 (2)

Charles Gavan Duffy's Ministerial Tour: Oratory, Electioneering and the Meaning of Colonial Democracy*
Sean Scalmer, vol. 57 (2): 155-173
Protestantism and Social Liberalism in Imperial Germany: Gustav Adolf Deissmann (1866–1937) and Friedrich Naumann (1860–1919)*
Albrecht Gerber, vol. 57 (2): 174-187
Discredited Fascism: the New Guard after 1932*
Andrew Moore, vol. 57 (2): 188-206
Fault, Gender Politics and Family Law Reform
Shurlee Swain, vol. 57 (2): 207-220
Australian Judicial Biography: Past, Present and Future
Sarah Burnside, vol. 57 (2): 221-244
Legitimacy, Democracy and Rights: the Conservatism of Janet Albrechtsen
Eric Porter, vol. 57 (2): 245-261
Rejoinder to Tim Rowse, “The Reforming State, the Concerned Public and Indigenous Political Actors”
Damien Short, vol. 57 (2): 262-266
Reply to Gunstone and Short
Tim Rowse, vol. 57 (2): 267-269
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy
David Hundt, vol. 57 (2): 270-282
Political Chronicles
John Wanna, vol. 57 (2): 283-335

Volume 57 (1)

An Exercise in Police Co-operation? The Origins of the Conference of Australian Police Commissioners
Mark Finnane, vol. 57 (1): 1-16
Who was Responsible for the Dardanelles Naval Fiasco?*
Tom Curran, vol. 57 (1): 17-33