Guy RundleSep 29, 20161 Comment
Jeremy Corbyn has survived the Blairites' best efforts to oust him, but the British Labour Party is deeply split between the multicultural knowledge class and the nationalist and communalist working class.
Helen RazerSep 8, 201614 Comments
What has long been well beyond me is the pleasure of the after-work cocktail, writes Helen Razer.
Bernard KeaneSep 5, 201612 Comments
The government's inconsistency on trade and protectionism render it incapable of dealing with the surge in economic populism.
Sep 2, 20166 Comments
The US government is angered by the European Union acting as a "supranational tax authority" -- presumably because the US thinks only it can act as global corporate policeman, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Guy RundleSep 1, 201612 Comments
The pure capitalism that libertarians dream of will be upon us soon.
Guy RundleAug 30, 201615 Comments
Whoever can reformulate their party in a way that promises some new synthesis of global vs communal, open vs closed systems, becomes the legitimate representative of modernity
Aug 25, 201611 Comments
Parts of France have banned the modest Muslim swimming costume known as the "burkini". Is forcing women to disrobe in public really the way to stop radical Islam? Lawyer and author Michael Bradley looks at parallels to Bondi's infamous bikini ban in the 1950s.
Jul 28, 20166 Comments
With forces inside and outside the Vatican conspiring against George Pell, Pope Francis is in a bit of a pickle, writes Vaticanologist Michael Hewitt-Gleeson.
Jul 15, 20167 Comments
A new nuclear power plant in the UK is already facing budget blowouts and massive delays -- before any work has even started on it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Bernard KeaneJul 14, 201614 Comments
The failure of Bush, Blair, Murdoch and Howard to be held accountable for the Iraq invasion contributes to the profound discontent gripping their countries.