Antony LoewensteinApr 20, 20121 Comment
Apart from the escalating rate of civilian deaths, from Taliban and Western forces, the rise of private security armies has defined the war, resulting in numerous contractor crimes against Afghan civilians.
Apr 13, 20121 Comment
America and the West have backed the Pakistani state’s brutality since September 11.
Antony LoewensteinFeb 16, 20123 Comments
The reality away from corporate spin is a simmering conflict.
Antony LoewensteinFeb 10, 20127 Comments
Bougainvilleans may have won the war but the peace has left years of inertia, and a province desperately needing rehabilitation.
Antony LoewensteinDec 1, 20113 Comments
The isolation of the Christmas Island detention centre is the key to soaring mental health problems of staff and detainees. Crikey took the long flight to inspect the facility.
Antony LoewensteinNov 30, 20113 Comments
Curtin is situated inside an Australian Airforce Base, around 30 minutes drive from Derby, and can only be accessed by prior arrangement with Serco. Crikey paid a visit.
Antony LoewensteinNov 29, 20112 Comments
When West Australian Premier Colin Barnett said last week that he welcomed the announcement of a permanent US military presence in northern Australia), his words are worth considering in a wider context.
Antony LoewensteinOct 25, 20118 Comments
This is an extract from an essay in On Utøya: Anders Breivik, right terror, racism and Europe.
Antony LoewensteinSep 6, 201121 Comments
In the 10 years since 9/11, millions of people have been killed but countless firms have benefitted from the explosion in Western defence spending.