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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.

Brexit of champions now a dog's dinner

Brexit of champions now a dog's dinner

Is this the beginning of the end for Theresa May?

Leyonhjelm lowers libertarianism's lure

Leyonhjelm lowers libertarianism's lure

Leyonhjelm's track record may win him a few fans, but for most, the man is a walking advertisement against a libertarian movement.

Rundle: four perfect minutes of pop music

Rundle: four perfect minutes of pop music

The '70s produced numerous masterpieces, but perhaps none as singular or confounding as 'Isn't it Time'.

Ramsay Centre furore dies off along with its achingly poor logic

Ramsay Centre furore dies off along with its achingly poor logic

The Ramsay Centre seems to be all but dead in the public university, but was it ever more than political posturing?

Rundle: Bungle Bill tests the faction waters in tax backflip

Rundle: Bungle Bill tests the faction waters in tax backflip

Bill Shorten's much derided taxation back flip was really just a test of Labor's nebulous faction politics.

Rundle: America's political roller coaster isn't slowing down anytime soon

Rundle: America's political roller coaster isn't slowing down anytime soon

With socialists filling Democrat tickets and a (comparatively) progressive Supreme Court judge standing down, it's all swings and roundabouts for America's beleaguered progressives.

Rundle: vital questions left unanswered about the Voice to Parliament

Rundle: vital questions left unanswered about the Voice to Parliament

If put to referendum, an Indigenous Voice to Parliament will rely on the vote of the millions of Australians supportive of notions of recognition and treaty. First they need to make sense of it.

Ramsay Centre mischief exposes the anti-democratic heart of right-wing Australia

Ramsay Centre mischief exposes the anti-democratic heart of right-wing Australia

In the latest Ramsay Centre twist, ANU vice-chancellor Brian Schmidt and chancellor Gareth Evans have revealed the real nature of the Ramsay Foundation’s commitment to free speech and inquiry.

Rundle: on immutable violence and the possibility of change

Rundle: on immutable violence and the possibility of change

Since the rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon, the public debate about male violence has become chaotic and counter-productive.

Optus drops the ball on World Cup coverage. But that's privatisation for you.

Optus drops the ball on World Cup coverage. But that's privatisation for you.

The fiction of privatised competition was simply so diverse functions could be handed over to cartelised oligopolies.