Shakira HusseinMay 27, 20166 Comments
Two French writers debate the virtue of Charlie Hebdo and the things that are lost in translation.
May 3, 20161 Comment
There used to be a fiction of safety in Iraq, but with Australian and American troops gone, that fiction has crumbled too, writes foreign correspondent John Martinkus.
Apr 7, 201612 Comments
In Iraq, the hatred for the ruling class is too deeply entrenched, writes John Martinkus.
Shakira HusseinMar 29, 20166 Comments
Violence is out of place everywhere and nowhere.
Shakira HusseinFeb 25, 20168 Comments
You think we are too far away for Islamic State to bother with? Think again.
Jan 25, 201610 Comments
Five years after Mubarak was ousted, has anything really changed in Egypt? Cairo-based journalist Walt Curnow reports.
Alex MitchellJan 12, 20164 Comments
Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen has a lot of support in Australia, but as tensions heat up with the Turkish government, those supporters may have to choose sides.
Guy RundleDec 17, 201514 Comments
Violent fundamentalism does not come out of Islamic nations. It comes out of Islamic nations that have been violently occupied by Western powers.
Bernard KeaneDec 9, 201529 Comments
Tony Abbott's attacks on Islam and demands for more military intervention in the Middle East reflect how advocates of the War on Terror have the same agenda as the people they want to fight.
Margot SavilleDec 9, 20154 Comments
Is it possible to write objectively about Israel if you have been treated to an all-expenses-paid vacation?