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Guy Rundle  — Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle

Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle is correspondent-at-large for Crikey. He's a former editor of Arena Magazine and contributes to a variety of publications in Australia and the United Kingdom.

The Pell culture war rolls on...

The Pell culture war rolls on...

The appeal result has drawn progressives and leftists even tighter into an embrace with a justice system they would and should be suspicious about.

Australia's renewables revolution goes far beyond energy

Australia's renewables revolution goes far beyond energy

Bob Brown's opposition to a new wind farm project isn't a sign of failure, it's a further victory. The way we live is fundamentally changing.

Dithering US boosters avoid real discussion on national defence

Dithering US boosters avoid real discussion on national defence

Conflicts are hurtling toward us. But what is the response from the foreign policy establishment? Absolutely nothing of consequence.

The little party that could

The little party that could

The amazing story of how the Revolutionary Communist Party got into No. 10 Downing Street, Brexit and News Corp.

Gender equality alone won't prevent violence against women

Gender equality alone won't prevent violence against women

The government's plan to reduce violence against women rests largely on promoting gender equality. But is that really enough?

When it comes to making assumptions about China, we shouldn't be so Hastie

When it comes to making assumptions about China, we shouldn't be so Hastie

For the past 40 years, Australia has been pursing a flawed global economic and political strategy — now is the time for clear thinking.

Long live the local pharmacist 

Long live the local pharmacist 

If Australia were to lose half its independent pharmacists to chain replacements, GP visits would go up and actual patient care would go right down.

After El Paso, conservatives must disown white supremacist terror

After El Paso, conservatives must disown white supremacist terror

For more than a decade the mainstream right have been pumping out 'enemy within' politics directed at anyone with a mildly progressive agenda. This is their mess.

Pompeo's visit loosens the screws on the coalition of the willing

Pompeo's visit loosens the screws on the coalition of the willing

Even if we wanted a unilateral unquestioned alliance with the US, based on an unspoken shared racial history, we can’t have it anymore.

Keeping up with the Folaus

Keeping up with the Folaus

The Folau family are causing further headaches for the right and the religious freedom debate — with the latest installment involving Israel's cousin Josiah calling the Catholic church a 'synagogue of Satan'.