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Bhakthi Puvanenthiran

Associate editor

Bhakthi Puvanenthiran — Associate editor

Associate editor

What the American net neutrality decision means for Australia

What the American net neutrality decision means for Australia

Ajit Pai's destruction of net neutrality has ramifications beyond the American economy into the realm of human rights.

How it feels to be caricatured in Richard Flanagan's new novel

How it feels to be caricatured in Richard Flanagan's new novel

Publisher Sandy Grant was caught a bit off guard when he found himself fictionalised in Flanagan’s new book, First Person.

Turnbull urged to present his head as a 'Christmas gift'

Turnbull urged to present his head as a 'Christmas gift'

The Deputy Premier of NSW has stuck his neck out to get Turnbull's head.

Manus detainees pawns in a colonial 'game of chicken', says Tim Costello

Manus detainees pawns in a colonial 'game of chicken', says Tim Costello

As refugees on Manus Island are pushed to an uncertain future, Tim Costello asks the government to take responsibility.

Why suits will carry on American complicity in Russian misinformation

Why suits will carry on American complicity in Russian misinformation

As US lawmakers and tech companies shout about an Honest Ads Act to prevent election meddling, they ignore how much Russia relies on traditional US press to spread disinformation all on their own.

Tony Birch says Mango poem controversy exposes student entitlement

Tony Birch says Mango poem controversy exposes student entitlement

In the aftermath of HSC students' vilification of poet Ellen van Neerven, we speak to author and academic Tony Birch about education, poetry, and online abuse.

Yale Diary: fighting climate change in the elite liberal bubble

Yale Diary: fighting climate change in the elite liberal bubble

Blind, abiding faith in the American system is well and truly alive in some circles writes Emma Shortis in this new regular column: Yale Diary.

A wealthy supporter of Dick Smith tried to buy off Crikey for $2500

A wealthy supporter of Dick Smith tried to buy off Crikey for $2500

Harry Wallace thinks Crikey has been terribly unfair to Dick Smith. And he has offered $2500 to us so that we will cover the issue of rising population.