Article shared by Strategic arguments those are non-economic reasons for government intervention in international trade. Each nation protects some industries to guard its national security. The most obvious examples are weapons, aerospace, advanced electronics, semiconductors, and strategic minerals e. Protection for the sake of making available specific minerals or resources does not appear to be an optimal policy.
Notably, Clause of the first Bill stated that the provisions of it are classified as 'special measures' under the Racial Discrimination Act and therefore exempt from Part II of the Act. While the main elements of the intervention were otherwise kept in place, this exemption from provisions of the Racial Discrimination Act was brought to an end in The nine measures contained therein were as follows: Deployment of additional police to affected communities.
New restrictions on alcohol and kava Pornography filters on publicly funded computers Compulsory acquisition of townships currently held under the title provisions of the Native Title Act through five year leases with compensation on a basis other than just terms.
The number of settlements involved remains unclear. Commonwealth funding for provision of community services Removal of customary law and cultural practice considerations from bail applications and sentencing within criminal proceedings Suspension of the permit system controlling access to Aboriginal communities Quarantining of a proportion of welfare benefits to all recipients in the designated communities and of all benefits of those who are judged to have neglected their children Government Political arguments for government intervention edit ] The Northern Territory Intervention was originally drafted by the Howard Governmentwith Indigenous Affairs Minister Mal Brough being the chief architect.
The Rudd Government took office in and pledged to continue the policy, though Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin ended the suspension of the Racial Discrimination Act in By Februarythe original architect of the policy, former minister Mal Brough was arguing that the Intervention Policy had become stagnant and wasn't going to work unless it was revitalised.
The plan was also given strong support by other community groups and Aboriginal leaders. Pretext[ edit ] The use of sexual abuse as the catalyst for the intervention has been subject to debate. One view is that sexual abuse is a 'trojan horse' for other purposes such as regaining government control over disputed land.
These have been interpreted as undermining important principles and parameters established as part of the legal recognition of indigenous land rights in Australia.
While finding some support among organisations like the Australian GreensAnaya's Report was widely condemned in Australia, with the Rudd Government 's Indigenous Affairs Minister, Jenny Macklinsaying that her duty to protect the rights of children was paramount.
Opposition Spokesman Tony Abbott queried whether Anaya had adequately consulted with people who had lived through the intervention; indigenous activist Warren Mundine said the report should be "binned" and Central Australian Aboriginal leader Bess Price criticised the UN for not sending a female repporteur and said that Anaya had been led around by opponents of the intervention to meet with opponents of the intervention.
Claims made by critics of the intervention are as follows: Ina report titled Violence in Indigenous Communities was prepared by Dr Paul Memmott, but was suppressed until and not acted upon. This pointed to the cost and blame shifting that characterised federal-territory and state relations, but no further action was taken.
The delegation stated that the situation had deteriorated under the intervention. There is greater discrimination against them, Ms Pillay said they told her.
Firstly, they said there's been an intervention and it started off badly without them being consulted, and secondly, there is insufficient respect for their land, she said. The delegation said Aboriginal people were under pressure from the Gillard government to sign leases over land they already own.
They see that as a land grab, Ms Pillay said. The speech acts implied that the Ministers were the heroes of the situation. The rhetoric implied that the communities were helpless and incapable of responding to their own issues. By doing so, the Ministers justified ignoring the recommendations of the Little Children are Sacred report.
I'm in agreement with attaching conditions to welfare payments. But the difference between the proposals that we've put forward to the Government and the proposals announced by Minister Brough, there is a difference in that we would be concerned that those people who are acting responsibly in relation to the payments they receive, should continue to exercise their freedoms and their decisions, we should only target cases of responsibility failure.
Conspiracy theories abounded; most were ridiculous. Those who did not see the intervention coming were deluding themselves. It was the inevitable outcome of the many failures of policy and the flawed federal-state division of responsibilities for Aboriginal Australians. It was a product of the failure of Northern Territory governments for a quarter of a century to adequately invest the funds they received to eliminate the disadvantages of their citizens in education, health and basic services.
It was made worse by general incompetence in Darwin: The combined effect of the righteous media campaign for action and the Emergency Intervention has been a metaphorical dagger, sunk deep into the heart of the powerful, wrong-headed Aboriginal male ideology that has prevailed in Indigenous affairs policies and practices for decades.
My hope is that, as the evidence mounts of the need for a radical new approach, the shibboleths of the old Left - who need perpetual victims for their analysis to work - will also be dismantled. I've seen women who now have voices. They can speak for themselves and they are standing up for their rights.
Children are being fed and young people more or less know how to manage their lives. That's what's happened since the intervention.Start studying CH5: International Business: The Political Economy of International Trade. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Free markets and government intervention. I am a fierce proponent of free markets. Therefore I am a fierce proponent of government intervention in the market. The term Political Science is intimately related to the word "Politics", which itself is derived from the Greek word — "Polis" — that means a city-state, the general form of political .
On 21 June , the Australian Government announced a ‘national emergency response to protect Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory’ from sexual abuse and family violence. This has become known as the ‘NT intervention’ or the ‘Emergency Response’.
The catalyst for the measures was the release of Report of the Northern Territory Board of Inquiry into the Protection of. Government Intervention in International Trade. By writer1 Nov 26, Political arguments constitute themselves in the form of protecting domestic jobs, protecting national security, retaliation to try and force trading partners to practice in a fair manner, to protect domestic consumers, to further foreign policy objectives, to.
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