The Australian Financial Review, January 8 2013, Beware pollies bearing gifts
Jan08

The Australian Financial Review, January 8 2013, Beware pollies bearing gifts

Senator Scott Ryan warns that as we enter an election year, watch out for politicians making promises they cannot or will not keep.

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Australian Jewish News, December 7 2012, Sacrificing Israel on the altar of domestic political gain
Dec10

Australian Jewish News, December 7 2012, Sacrificing Israel on the altar of domestic political gain

Senator Scott Ryan wrote that the ALP has clearly shown that domestic and international pressure, rather than conviction, will guide the party’s position on Israel.

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The Australian Financial Review, November 7 2012, Against protection: Bert Kelly’s legacy
Nov07

The Australian Financial Review, November 7 2012, Against protection: Bert Kelly’s legacy

Thanks to the sustained battle against protectionism by Bert Kelly, the original Modest Member, younger generations of Australians have lived through a lengthy period of economic growth, Senator Scott Ryan writes.

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The Australian Financial Review, September 18 2012, Congestion charges equals just more regulation
Sep18

The Australian Financial Review, September 18 2012, Congestion charges equals just more regulation

Senator Scott Ryan writes that government imposed congestion charges are just an attempt by lawmakers to create a market where one does not exist.

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ABC The Drum, September 12 2012, Leave the Future Fund alone
Sep12

ABC The Drum, September 12 2012, Leave the Future Fund alone

Dictating which investments the Future Fund can make is a dangerous precedent, writes Senator Scott Ryan. Where will the Greens’ focus on ideology over returns end?

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The Australian Financial Review, August 7 2012, Competition makes winners in trade and sport
Aug07

The Australian Financial Review, August 7 2012, Competition makes winners in trade and sport

Senator Scott Ryan writes that robust international competition is vital, not only at the Olympics Games, but in trade as well.

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