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Sukrit Sabhlok

Sukrit Sabhlok is a Young Voices Advocate and Masters in Politics candidate at Monash University in Melbourne.

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Why Section 18c should be repealed
Law & Liberties - 28/07/2014 - 12 comments
Let's open up the books at the Reserve Bank
Economics - 14/06/2013 - 3 comments
The rule of law – or the rule of central bankers?
Economics - 13/05/2013 - 76 comments
Is higher education a good investment for students?
Economics - 14/02/2013 - 20 comments
Violence against women – does India say 'no'?
International - 7/01/2013 - 4 comments
Why the west should secede
Domestic Politics - 23/12/2011 - 39 comments
The Evil Princes of Martin Place: book review
Economics - 28/04/2011 - 6 comments
Parliament should wield the war power
Law & Liberties - 10/02/2011 - 10 comments
Barack Obama and the war presidency
International - 29/12/2008 - 10 comments
The failed war on drugs
Society - 18/09/2008 - 22 comments
Indian “renaissance” fiction
International - 19/07/2006 - 2 comments
Legalising abortion in Victoria
Domestic Politics - 28/12/2005 - 41 comments
Beware stereotyping private schools
Education - 19/05/2005
Book review: Cowboy capitalism, has it delivered?
Economics - 25/01/2005
Why deficits don’t matter – for now
International - 30/12/2004 - 1 comment
For the sake of Iraqi children, can we please move the debate forward?
International - 4/08/2004

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