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Peter van Vliet is a senior public servant.


Unfinished business - the republican referendum ten years on
Law & Liberties - 6/11/2009 - 29 comments
An island fortress mentality
Law & Liberties - 25/05/2009 - 41 comments
A republic revived?
Political Philosophy - 25/09/2008 - 13 comments
Teach instead of test
Society - 12/05/2008 - 3 comments
Symbolic and practical governance
March 2008 Feature - 25/03/2008 - 2 comments
The politics of hope
Political Philosophy - 9/01/2008 - 11 comments
SBS is ignoring its original charter
Media - 24/09/2007 - 8 comments
The barriers go up
Society - 21/03/2007 - 22 comments
Australian citizenship: removing the welcome mat?
Society - 5/12/2006 - 67 comments
The values of democracy, mateship and country
September 2006 Feature - 15/09/2006 - 31 comments
Breathing new life into the republican debate
Political Philosophy - 2/08/2006 - 27 comments
The more things change, the more they stay the same
The Arts - 5/05/2006 - 10 comments
National pride, national identity, and national resolve
Political Philosophy - 23/03/2006 - 24 comments
Minorities behaving badly
Society - 13/12/2005 - 18 comments
Weaning ourselves off the 'mother country'
International - 2/11/2005 - 17 comments
It is time for Australia to grow up
Political Philosophy - 21/06/2005 - 26 comments
'Queen' Camilla of Australia - no thanks!
Political Philosophy - 29/03/2005 - 23 comments
Opening up communications
Domestic Politics - 23/02/2005 - 1 comment
What would participants in the Eureka Rebellion make of our constitution today?
Political Philosophy - 3/12/2004
There are already many talented politicians helping to lead this country
Domestic Politics - 14/04/2004
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