imperial and royal matters

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

Monarchies were once the most common forms of government. 360info looks at the role they play in our modern democratic societies.

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The Pacific’s last remaining monarchy has taken a unique approach to balancing executive powers between the king and the parliament.

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Republicanism was seen as a move against Queen Elizabeth II during her reign. Now the Commonwealth is at a crossroads.

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Support for the monarchy across Australia, Canada and New Zealand varies widely, and reveals a lot about how citizens view themselves.

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The success of Yogyakarta’s bid to be recognised as a UNESCO Historical City Centre would benefit Indonesia’s last remaining sultanate.

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Despite limited powers, constitutional monarchies can directly influence democratic nations, and Japan is no exception.

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As Charles is set to be crowned it’s unclear if he’s inherited the love felt for his mother or whether it’s time for Australian republicans to stage a new push.

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