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Keith Suter

Dr Keith Suter is a futurist, thought leader and media personality in the areas of social policy and foreign affairs. He is a prolific and well-respected writer and social commentator appearing on radio and television most weeks.

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The warning we are ignoring
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Vatican Chinese rapprochement
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The crisis in Turkey
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Community currencies
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Stupidology: the study of stupidity
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Awakening a global conscience
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Brexit: is the UK finished or about to have a new lease of life?
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Terrorism: asking the awkward question
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The challenges of cyber-security
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How to say 'Don't Shoot' in all the world's languages
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The future of schools
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Psychic wounds: a hurdle to rational political debate
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Information technology and the end of the traditional university business model
Education - 13/10/2015 - 18 comments
Making sense of Islamicist violence: the big picture
International - 14/01/2015 - 77 comments
The future of the Uniting Church
Religion & Spirituality - 31/12/2014 - 9 comments
Are we winning or losing the war on terror?
International - 3/10/2014 - 117 comments
Why we need a Minister for International Education
Education - 23/09/2014 - 12 comments
The political importance of sport
Sport - 17/06/2014 - 7 comments
Tiananmen Square 25 years one
International - 4/06/2014 - 7 comments
Democratic transition in Thailand
International - 13/05/2014 - 4 comments
Politicians are the after-dinner mints of society
Domestic Politics - 23/04/2013 - 9 comments
Africa - two scenarios
August 2012 Feature - 21/08/2012 - 19 comments
Norway and terrorism: white male rage
Political Philosophy - 28/07/2011 - 39 comments
The new scramble for the Arctic
International - 14/01/2011 - 6 comments
How to resolve the Korean crisis
International - 25/11/2010 - 9 comments
Winning hearts and minds in Afghanistan
International - 29/09/2010 - 17 comments
The new era of NGO campaigning
Society - 25/05/2010 - 3 comments
Communicating science
Science & Technology - 17/03/2010 - 96 comments
The politics of climate change in Australia
Environment - 18/12/2009 - 15 comments
Reforming the United Nations
March 2007 Feature - 6/03/2007 - 11 comments
All quiet on the eastern front
International - 26/04/2006
How do you know if you are winning a war?
International - 15/09/2005 - 15 comments
The anatomy of a suicide bomber
Political Philosophy - 25/07/2005 - 14 comments
United Nations reform
International - 8/07/2005 - 2 comments
Vietnam thirty years on - was it worth it?
International - 29/04/2005 - 29 comments
When the belly is full the brain starts to think
February 2005 Feature - 7/02/2005 - 3 comments
Unless you have a time portal, forget about escaping globalisation
Society - 27/08/2004
We must do more to protect cultural property in wartime
International - 29/07/2004
The next international “debt crisis” is in North America
International - 30/06/2004
The West must not underestimate Islam's internal problems
International - 4/06/2004
History shows us that international political violence does not usually work
International - 6/05/2004
Sometimes defence agreements can produce rather unexpected outcomes
International - 23/04/2004
Slavery exists today - and will still exist tomorrow unless we act to stop it now
Society - 12/03/2004
The International Year of Rice is more than a call for more recipes
International - 13/02/2004
The US leadership should take a more forward-thinking approach to Cuba
Society - 2/12/2003
What is the prospect for a future without fear of nuclear weapons?
International - 30/10/2003
Despite the doomsayers, the United Nations is still open for business
International - 2/10/2003
Alcohol wrecks lives - when will we get serious about compensating victims?
Society - 18/09/2003
Australians need to be better educated about the developing world's reality
International - 11/09/2003
Forget failed states, Africa could soon become the first 'failed continent'
International - 8/08/2003
International 'realism' is a recipe for endless war and fear without limit
International - 11/07/2003
We've had 300 years in which we've learned little from Wesley's wisdom
Society - 20/06/2003
Is war with Iraq inevitable?
International - 7/03/2003
Peace activism enters the mainstream
Society - 13/01/2003
Australia as a good international citizen
December 2001 Feature - 15/12/2001
Australia's international humiliation over boat people
October 2001 Feature - 15/10/2001
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