Michael BradleyMar 23, 20172 Comments
A lot of it had to do with a particular constitutional clause concerning the separation of church and state.
Professor Damien KingsburyMar 22, 20171 Comment
Preliminary polls show the former guerilla fighter seems headed for a resounding victory.
Helen RazerMar 21, 20178 Comments
Who knows? Next week, Peter Dutton may claim, like the execrable Steve Bannon, that he is a Leninist, writes Helen Razer.
Professor Damien KingsburyMar 20, 2017
The real question now is whether East Timor will be able to establish a viable opposition after today's election.
Mar 20, 201718 Comments
Peope Francis has shown a remarkable ability to create change in the oldest multi-national organisation that teaches the world how to think, writes Vaticanologist Michael Hewitt-Gleeson.
Mar 17, 20173 Comments
Any reform needs to balance political equality, liberty and integrity, writes professor of law at the University of Queensland Graeme Orr.
Michael BradleyMar 17, 20174 Comments
The PNG Supreme Court seemed like an ally for the asylum seekers on Manus Island when it declared the offshore detention camp illegal. But now it has determined that PNG can deport these desperate people back to the countries they fled in the first place.
Mar 16, 20171 Comment
Considering that no state has ever left the European Union before, the process is murky at best, explains Crikey intern Isabelle Amy.
Mar 16, 20172 Comments
No, Geert Wilders will not be prime minister of The Netherlands. But there is another very important right-wing contest coming up, writes freelance journalist Alan Austin.
Professor Damien KingsburyMar 14, 20172 Comments
And will the Netherlands be able to stop Geert Wilders?