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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.

Saving rural Australia

Saving rural Australia

What's needed now is a bold plan for rural Australia, sold with a bit of very tough love.

ISIS families highlight Labor's philosophical dilemma

ISIS families highlight Labor's philosophical dilemma

The internal fight over repatriating the families of ISIS fighters highlights the ultimate problem facing the ALP.

How the struggle of the Kurds is co-opted for Western 'oppression capital'

How the struggle of the Kurds is co-opted for Western 'oppression capital'

The Kurds have always striven to make their struggle universal, but left identitarians won't be happy until that struggle is branded by identity politics.

Right-wing sneers are a sign of Extinction Rebellion's success

Right-wing sneers are a sign of Extinction Rebellion's success

There is a great irony in how conservative media and commentators have responded to Extinction Rebellion's 'cult' success.

Trump can't even end wars right

Trump can't even end wars right

There are 'forever wars', and then there are those that have to be fought. It’s important not to get confused.

Can Scott Morrison keep his 'promise of Australia'?

Can Scott Morrison keep his 'promise of Australia'?

Scott Morrison is crafting a global vision for local people that's right on the money with voters. But that could all come apart very quickly.

Conservatives fear the rise of China for all the wrong reasons

Conservatives fear the rise of China for all the wrong reasons

The right should be scared for what China's economic success does to their pathetic fairytales of history and West. China essentially refutes a philosophy they have based their life on.

Ponying up on interest rates

Ponying up on interest rates

There is now such a serious level of under-confidence in interest rates that it suggests something a bit more than just mere wobbles.

What will the Oz do once all its sensible contributors abandon ship?

What will the Oz do once all its sensible contributors abandon ship?

You can't pump out propaganda without some genuine news and relatively sane commentary to tie it down. The Oz no longer has that capacity.

How the Libs stole Labor's light on the hill

How the Libs stole Labor's light on the hill

Jim Chalmers' speech shows that Labor no longer understands its own founding philosophy — or the reasons for its crippling election loss.