Guy Rundle  — Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle


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.

April, 2008

US08: Victory to Hillary that is perfectly inconclusive

, Apr 23, 2008

So today, we've been waiting. Primary day is actually the worst day of coverage in the whole course of the contest, writes Guy Rundle.

US08: The Terminatrix is here (and eyeing off Pennsylvania)

, Apr 22, 2008

On Good Morning America today, Hillary Clinton promised to obliterate Iran. Hillary is angling to make Golda Meir look like a part time reiki masseuse, writes Guy Rundle.

Rundle: I spy with my bionic eye…

, Apr 22, 2008

Nothing that resulted really contradicts the notion that 2020 was undemocratic in principle and practice, writes Guy Rundle.

US08: Searching for the gotcha moment

, Apr 21, 2008

The soundbite culture has been the last bulwark between the American public and a full understanding of the Iraq disaster, since even its mildest critics barely get the chance to finish a sentence, writes Guy Rundle.

US08: The debate of the living dead

, Apr 18, 2008

Enough already. Bring on October and get some intensity into this campaign, writes Guy Rundle.

US08: I have heard the future of political poetry …

, Apr 17, 2008

And now, a song, to honour Bruce Springsteen's endorsement of the big O, from Guy 'Bruce" Rundle.

US08: Obama’s pinko-browno dad and African socialism

, Apr 16, 2008

So it looks like Obama's gaffe-gate is going to blow over, but now a new Obama controversey - Obama's father's support for African socialism. Say what? writes US correspondent Guy Rundle.

Captain Krudd’s 2020 confab: How ever will it work?

, Apr 16, 2008

What is really signficant is the way people are talking about this shindig indicates that no-one has really thought out how this thing is going to work, or not, writes Guy Rundle.

US08: Free trade, protectionism and taking on China

, Apr 15, 2008

Hillary Clinton is promising bans on Chinese imports, if they don't adjust their currency to a level more favourable to US exporters. But would she actually follow though with that? Guy Rundle examines America's free trade conundrum.

US08: What was Obama thinking?

, Apr 14, 2008

The damage for Obama is that the quote reveals him talking about people as objects, as simply shaped by large forces beyond their control, their values mere symptoms of a larger process.