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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.

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Rundle: Britain's new left insurgency, though forceful, remains hobbled

Rundle: Britain's new left insurgency, though forceful, remains hobbled

Guy RundleMay 10, 201715 Comments

Labour's campaign rallies a little, staggers to get out of bed, and then the effort gives them another groin hernia and they slide back to horizontal once more. So it goes.

Vanstone on Abdel-Magied: a case study of an illiberal liberal

Vanstone on Abdel-Magied: a case study of an illiberal liberal

Guy RundleMay 10, 201718 Comments

Amanda Vanstone's Monday column in The Age manages to be the worst thing in the paper, a ramble about Yassmin Abdel-Magied.

Rundle: heady hours for centrist France as Macron thumps Le Pen

Rundle: heady hours for centrist France as Macron thumps Le Pen

Guy RundleMay 8, 201718 Comments

Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron has won a convincing victory in round two of the French presidential elections, defeating National Front candidate Marine Le Pen by about 65% to 35

Rundle: Marine Le Pen is the future, not just of France, but of the modern West

Rundle: Marine Le Pen is the future, not just of France, but of the modern West

Guy RundleMay 5, 201717 Comments

Marine Le Pen won't win this election, but her time is coming -- and soon.

Rundle: in debate, Le Pen improves on the Trump playbook to devastating effect

Rundle: in debate, Le Pen improves on the Trump playbook to devastating effect

Guy RundleMay 4, 201714 Comments

Why do right-wing parties learn from and improve on each other's successes while centrists have no strategy at all and learn nothing?

Abdel-Magied Anzac furore indicates a dark turn in the culture wars

Abdel-Magied Anzac furore indicates a dark turn in the culture wars

Guy RundleMay 3, 201712 Comments

The trouble is that these contentless outrages are lit up in a society whose main problem now is a lack of shared meaning.

Rundle: in a village in France's heart, it's a question of loyalty

Rundle: in a village in France's heart, it's a question of loyalty

Guy RundleMay 3, 20179 Comments

La France Profonde has a deep resistance to the outside, to the region next door, to the commune next door. But does that mean going all the way to the Front National?

Rundle: on the troubled streets of a France that's burning

Rundle: on the troubled streets of a France that's burning

Guy RundleMay 2, 20175 Comments

Could Marine Le Pen win the 2017 French election after all?

Rundle: Vote No. 1 plague! Vote No. 2 cholera!

Rundle: Vote No. 1 plague! Vote No. 2 cholera!

Guy RundleMay 1, 20174 Comments

It's Tories now and forever in the UK, but no one's mustering much enthusiasm.

Rundle: history -- of France and the world -- happens in the expo park

Rundle: history -- of France and the world -- happens in the expo park

Guy RundleApr 28, 20176 Comments

Could far-right darling Marine Le Pen possibly beat centrist Emmanuel Macron? Stranger things have happened.

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