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Not many journalists have Philip Dorlingâ€™s background, or frame of reference. He trained as a historian, worked as a diplomat, then as a political staffer.Â All of which is extremely useful when reporting on the secret worlds of intelligence and surveillance. Source: abc.net.au
Marc Lewis took every drug imaginable over a 15-year period.Â He knows drugs can make you feel good, and he experienced the desperate lows of addiction. He's been drug free for 30 years and is now a neuroscientist. So what do the drugs he took actually do to your brain?Â Why do they make you feel the way they do? Andâ€”cruciallyâ€”how is the brain responsible for addiction? He speaks to Paul Barclay
What is Australia for? The latest Griffith Review edition ponders this question, which has many answers. This panel discussion organised by the Brisbane Institute in partnership with the Griffith Review looks at the Australian national identity, our history and economyâ€”and Australiaâ€™s role on the global stage.