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Fascism, free speech and Facebook bans
Canberra correspondent John Passant finds himself on the wrong side of Facebook's "community standards".
Nuclear arms: A year of living dangerously
Last January, the Doomsday Clock was moved to two minutes to midnight — the closest it has ever been, matching the acute sense of crisis of 1953.

Instagram and the death of the natural world
Dr Peter Fisher discusses the erosion of the natural environment at the hands of the digital world.
Australia's history with fascism
Australia has had closer ties to fascism than previously believed, writes Peter Henning.
Australian Government refuses asylum for Kremlin whistle-blower
A British contractor who revealed secret Russian information is seeking asylum for his family to avoid possible execution.
Wren's week: NBN failures, internal poll leaks and dead fish
This week, John Wren discusses the latest in the ongoing NBN drama and also the reasons behind the Menindee fish kill.
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