Australia’s Oldest Public Affairs Magazine

Since 1929 AQ: Australian Quarterly has been packing its pages with the debates that shape Australia and the world. Bridging the gap between academic journal and glossy magazine, AQ brings you articles from experts at the forefront of the issues. Grounded in evidence, yet written in a style accessible to everyone, AQ is unique in Australia’s publishing landscape, pushing back against the trends of subjective truth and media spin.

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Current Edition: July – Sept 2019

Current Edition: July – Sept 2019

As AQ enters its 90th year, the world enters another year of political, environmental, and social uncertainty. Under the weight of scrutiny, the cracks in the free-market model of capitalism are starting to show. Citizens are beginning to wonder how we can put the person back at the heart of our economies, change is coming.

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Whether you're an individual, library or business, AQ: Australian Quarterly offers a variety of subscription options so that you can enjoy the best in social and scientific debates in any way you like, anywhere you like.

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About AQ

About AQ

Established in 1929, AQ – Australian Quarterly is Australia’s longest-running current affairs magazine and Australia’s only magazine with a focus on Science Policy. It contains articles on political, economic, social and scientific issues that are relevant to Australian public affairs.

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Editorial

Editorial

AQ – Australian Quarterly welcomes unsolicited submissions of articles on issues where scientific and other perspectives have a bearing on current socially and politically hot issues that are relevant to Australian public affairs and/or have global or regional significance.  We also solicit articles.

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Back Issues

Back Issues

AQ is one of the country's great cultural artefacts, published since 1929. When Australia went to war, AQ was there documenting the mood of the nation; as Australia wrestled with its place in the world, AQ was there debating the issues. Back issues of many issues are available for purchase.

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