Pages tagged "OPINION"
Sovereign RiskPosted on Blog by Aaron Hammond · February 07, 2019 12:30 PM
Chris Bowen has finally provided some certainty in Labor’s stance on stopping the Adani coal mine: “Not on my watch,” he said, fearing sovereign risk; as though it were the one political frontier we can never cross. But that horse has long since bolted.Read more
Transparent GovernmentPosted on Blog by Aaron Hammond · October 05, 2018 4:46 PM
When we discuss good government, transparency is usually a feature we value. It seems the coalition also values transparency, but in a much more literal sense…
If they make information invisible, perhaps we won’t notice their terrible actions.
With a slight change of perspective, Australia could be top of the world.Posted on Blog by Aaron Hammond · July 03, 2018 12:31 PM
Nerds, Geeks, Try-Hards, Teacher’s-Pets... Australians have a lot of words to disparage those who strive to achieve.Read more
The X:Y ProblemPosted on Blog by Aaron Hammond · June 16, 2018 8:53 PM
You may not know it by name, but the X:Y problem is a concept that I’m sure you’re familiar with. When your best efforts don’t seem to solve your problems, you may be in X:Y territory.Read more
Busting the biggest myth about spyingPosted on Blog by James Jansson · August 05, 2015 6:00 AM
I thought I would set the record straight about an ongoing myth in intelligence analysis. It goes something like this:
The flaw in current intelligence collection systems is that they gather too much data to possibly go over.