Devine has been one of Australia’s most vociferous opponents of drug reform for decades. In his new book, Antony Loewenstein checks in: is the fight over?
A rot has developed in the Palestinian aid debate and it's hurting everyday people.
Duterte’s war on drugs has become, like in every other nation where a drugs war is waged, an onslaught against the poor.
Industries like sporting and tourism could be turned into tools for fighting indefinite incarceration.
Palestinians remain under an Israeli regime of house demolitions, ever-expanding illegal settlements and strict controls over daily life, writes freelance journalist Antony Loewenstein.
Should public housing be privately managed? And if so, should Serco, infamous for its role in offshore detention centres, be the one doing the managing?
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.
America and the West have backed the Pakistani state’s brutality since September 11.
The reality away from corporate spin is a simmering conflict.