Children, School Strikes and Global Climate Action
The effort on the part of the Australian government has been a muddling one serving to inspire suspicion rather than meek acceptance on the issue of PFAS
“We’ve been doing this kind of thing [electoral meddling] since the CIA was created in 1947.” Loch K. Johnson, New York Times,…
Australia, policing and terrorism
British Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn continues to survive the meteorites, and more nuanced weapons, directed at him
It was not sufficient for US military authorities to sentence whistleblower Chelsea Manning to the onerous, disproportionate sentence of 35 years imprisonment for conniving with WikiLeaks in releasing classified material.
The Turkish authorities are finding it problematic – Kurdish refugees are fleeing in their tens of thousands in the wake of an Islamic State offensive against Kobani
Can we be generous enough to say that Edward Snowden scored a considerable coup last week with the change in Washington’s attitudes to the National Security Agency?
Police states quaffing the blood of victims have an excuse: they wish to oppress in order to justify the status quo, keeping…
Let us not get too worked up. Let us not even feel too conspiratorial. But is it coincidence that, after a series…