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Is <em>Charlie Hebdo</em> racist? Or just inscrutably French?

Is Charlie Hebdo racist? Or just inscrutably French?

Shakira HusseinMay 27, 20168 Comments

Two French writers debate the virtue of Charlie Hebdo and the things that are lost in translation.

Shades of Thatcher: Abbott’s demise traces a familiar path

Shades of Thatcher: Abbott’s demise traces a familiar path

Tony TaylorMar 30, 201610 Comments

The sniping, undermining and personal fixations? We've seen it all before, writes history educator and researcher Tony Taylor.

Belgium terror attacks: what we know so far

Belgium terror attacks: what we know so far

April DudgeonMar 23, 20166 Comments

Crikey intern April Dudgeon looks at the unfolding terror attacks in Belgium.

Quo vadis, George Pell?

Quo vadis, George Pell?

CrikeyMar 7, 20168 Comments

The question that many are now asking is this: Where are you going, Cardinal Pell? Vaticanologist Michael Hewitt-Gleeson explores four options and makes his predictions.

Cui bono? Home field advantage in the inquisition of George Pell

Cui bono? Home field advantage in the inquisition of George Pell

Michael Hewitt-GleesonMar 1, 201615 Comments

Why is George Pell giving his testimony in the Vatican instead of Australia? Vaticanologist Michael Hewitt-Gleeson says there is always a reason.

Running for the Brexit? A short history of the UK's testy relationship with the EU

Running for the Brexit? A short history of the UK's testy relationship with the EU

Zara McDonaldFeb 26, 20166 Comments

Should they stay or should they go? Crikey intern Zara McDonald finds out why the UK's involvement in the EU is so controversial.

What we can learn from Europe on sensible refugee policy

Charles RichardsonFeb 26, 20168 Comments

If Europe can figure out how to resettle millions of refugees, why can't we?

Turnbull should find his inner Gough and bring Assange home

Alex MitchellFeb 9, 20164 Comments

Malcolm Turnbull should bring Julian Assange home, but his desire to please Washington will get in the way of his better angels.

UN panel the choice of the West -- until it sides with Assange

UN panel the choice of the West -- until it sides with Assange

Bernard KeaneFeb 8, 201616 Comments

Western countries are normally happy to invoke the authority of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention -- until its inconvenient ruling on Julian Assange.

UK, Sweden fast running out of excuses to detain Assange

UK, Sweden fast running out of excuses to detain Assange

Bernard KeaneFeb 5, 201617 Comments

A UN panel finding that Julian Assange has been arbitrarily detained shines a light on the deliberate strategy of the UK and Swedish governments to leave him in legal limbo.