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.

April, 2008

US08: Victory to Hillary that is perfectly inconclusive

, Apr 23, 2008

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.