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Australia is back in the nuclear game

One of Australia's chief advocates for nuclear power Dr Adi Paterson, CEO of Australian Nuclear ...  
Wren's week: Tragedy, prejudice and white supremacism

This week, John Wren grapples with the pure senselessness of the Christchurch tragedy, imploring ...  
Scott Morrison's comments on Muslim immigration may come back to haunt him

Despite showing sympathy for the victims of the Christchurch attack, Scott Morrison's past anti ...  
Don’t blame social media for the rise of Nazi shooters

There’s been an inevitable backlash against social media in the wake of the Christchurch mass ...  
Christchurch attack: Shaky minds, guns and the internet

Dr Lee Duffield strives to find explanations for a surge of barbarism this century reaching even ...  
In the shadow of Christchurch, is Australia an inherently racist country?

The Christchurch shooter is but one manifestation of Australia's racism.  
Christchurch shooter's obsession with white supremacist war criminals

Is there a connection between the Christchurch shooter's white-supremacist "manifesto" and a sub ...  
Christchurch and Muslim versus non-Muslim terrorism

That Australian white supremacist terrorists appear to have been involved in 50 innocent deaths in ...  
Morrison's expedient condemnation of Christchurch terror attack

That Morrison now describes Muslims he has spent eight years destroying as our “family” should ...  
America's cut to aid in Palestine promises greater regional instability

At the moment, the Palestinian people need global support. Cutting funding is not the answer to ...  
One week of warfare, yet Brexit unresolved

The British Parliament has ended a week of important votes on leaving Europe with the battle ...  
Brexit: Is there an end in sight?

This week began with the announcement of a fresh Brexit deal — to cement the main “deal” ...  
President Trump delivers highly regrettable speech

Donald Trump has once again assured us that he is incapable of rational thoughts through a speech ...  
Julian Assange: The prisoner says no to Big Brother

While Julian Assange is still held prisoner, Julie Bishop has failed to use her political influ ...  
Did the AFP increase the number of boats into Australia for their own purposes?

In 2001, a major player in the people smuggling syndicate was discovered to be working for the ...  
Fairfax, the Israel lobby and unchallenged propaganda

Dr Evan Jones discusses the way Australian media frequently channels an unashamedly pro-Israel ...  
Deal or no deal: Why is Brexit so hard?

Dr Martin Hirst discusses the pros and cons of the United Kingdom leaving the EU.  
The confected 'threat' of Venezuela: A war on democracy

'A war has been declared on Venezuela, of which the truth is "too difficult" to report.' ...