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How Australian uranium ended up in war-torn Ukraine

With war raging in Ukraine, Dave Sweeney looks at nuclear threats in the region, including a ...  
As climate catastrophe nears, Russia focuses on futile war

Internecine wars while the climate threatens to collapse around us is the height of folly, writes ...  
Ukraine: Three decades after the Cold War, back to open conflict

With Russia launching a full-scale attack on Ukraine, Dr Lee Duffield analyses events leading up ...  
Labor could be key to a better relationship with China

A change in government could be instrumental in repairing the damaged relationship with China ...  
The killer cop and the murder of Donald Mackay

Dr John Jiggins' book investigates criminal behaviour and drug trafficking, particularly marij ...  
Sanctions driving Afghans to brink of starvation

On 8 February 2022,  the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Afghanistan sent out a ...  
JOHN PILGER: War in Europe and the rise of raw propaganda

Marshall McLuhan’s prophecy that “the successor to politics will be propaganda” has happe ...  
Australia's defence program is dead in the water

Australia's defence program has been mired by inferior military equipment and unwavering loyalty ...  
Joe Biden keeps the War on Terror alive

The Biden Administration is continuing the War on Terror through its own acts of hostility.  
U.S. embargo against Cuba turns 60

It all seems worn, part of an "aspic" approach to foreign policy. But U.S. President Joe Biden ...  
Women's rights are paramount: The world is failing on gender equality

I'm sitting in Rarotonga, the capital of the Cook Islands. A small island nation located in the ...  
Documentarian reveals unethical CIA experiments on children

The U.S. and the CIA have a long history of conducting unethical experiments on people without ...  
Fossil fuels put climate crisis price tag in the billions

Governments across the USA are suing major climate polluters for the damage caused by their ...  
Diplomacy dies on the dung-hill of Australia-China relations

In dealing with the expansion of Chinese power and influence in our region, the Morrison Govern ...  
Fact-based journalists under fire

As misuse of communication technology rises, fact-based journalism to protect against abuse of ...  
Serbia stomps on Rio Tinto’s lithium mining project

The Serbian Government has bowed to protests and cancelled a multi-billion dollar Rio Tinto mining ...  
Australians look in vain for independent foreign policy

One of the most disturbing features of contemporary politics is the almost complete absence of any ...  
USA and Europe react to Russian moves against Ukraine

Amid tensions between Russia and Ukraine, a display of unity is being achieved between European ...  

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