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National Observer
Categories Magazine
Frequency Quarterly
First issue 1988
Country  Australia
Language English

The National Observer (formerly known as Australia and World Affairs) is a quarterly current-affairs and politics magazine in Australia. It specializes in domestic and international politics, security-related challenges and issues of national cohesion.

The National Observer claims to be "not affected by contemporary political correctness or prejudices", thereby allowing it to examine issues from the point of view of the long-term interests of Australians.

Contributors to National Observer have included many eminent commentators from both Australia and overseas, including Tony Abbott, Nick Minchin, Patrick J. Buchanan, Bill Hayden, David Flint, B.A. Santamaria, Mark Steyn, Paul Gottfried, Hugh Morgan, Kenneth Minogue, John Stone, Hal G. P. Colebatch, Max Teichmann, R. J. Stove, Geoffrey Partington, Melvin J. Lasky, Kevin B. MacDonald, and Brian Crozier.

Until 2005 the magazine was edited by Ian Spry; since then it has been edited by Philip Ayres.

In 2009 the magazine announced that it was moving to a web-based format.

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