International
Need for alternate foreign policy as U.S-Australia alliance questioned

There is popular support for Australia forging an independent foreign policy, writes Bevan Rams ...  
Incoming Government must act swiftly on the climate crisis

Australian media is hyping up the startling loss of standing Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the ...  
Solomon Islands agreement puts Australia in crosshairs of U.S. and China

The recent China-Solomon deal has sent waves of discomfort through the U.S. and its allies ...  
World economies embrace benefits of digital currency

With more countries exploring digital currencies, traditional cash could soon become a thing of ...  
Authoritarian leaders butcher COVID-19 response, leading to deaths

The World Health Organisation (WHO) last week updated its report on excess deaths from COVID-19 ...  
Greg Norman's golf tournament 'sportswashing' Saudi Government

Greg Norman's proposed golf tournament would ultimately provide more cover for Saudi Arabia's ...  
JEREMY CORBYN: Now, let us talk peace

Instead of urging peace, most European nations have taken the opportunity to ramp up arms suppl ...  
Reports Roe v Wade will be overturned should alarm us

The fact that a judicial decision to overrule Roe v Wade was widely expected does nothing to ...  
Hysteria over the Solomon Islands-China security pact

Visits to Honiara are part plea, part threat. Delegations are equipped with a note of harassme ...  
Siberia's mineral wealth: Russia has it — China wants it

As a strategy, "divide and rule" has been most effective in the Middle East and may yet be utilis ...  
Assange legal team announces 'fresh developments' at court hearing

Julian Assange’s legal team announced “serious submissions” would be made to the UK Home ...  
Inspired by Australia's inhumanity, UK plans to send refugees to Rwanda

As broadcast on the BBC 's World Service on 15 April, the policy of asylum seeker deterrence is ...  
Australia’s appalling Timor legacy and why it matters

May 20 will mark 20 years of independence for Australia’s near neighbour, the nation of Timor ...  
Teachers stalk students in 'sex for grades' swap

There is a desperate need for women and girls in Mozambique to realise their rights — teachers ...  
Morrison's arrogance toward South Pacific fuels China tensions

The Coalition's fumbling of foreign policy has resulted in a dangerous display of bravado as ...  
Double standards stir racist-Australia comments

We have offered unlimited visas to Ukrainian refugees, but 700,000 displaced Afghans do not get ...  
In Australia there are more statues of animals than women

Across the nation, less than four per cent of public statues are of women. It’s time to fully ...  
Morrison's Australia remains servile under AUKUS agreement

Australia is happy to be compliant as AUKUS seeks hypersonic weapons, writes Binoy Kampmark.  

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