Irfan YusufDec 9, 2016
If Merkel really wants to stamp out the wearing of face veils, she will find no greater ally than the mainstream German Muslim communities.
Dec 7, 20163 Comments
The real losers of the Brexit High Court case could be those bright minds who might have once wanted to aspire to be High Court justices, writes John Eldridge, lecturer at Sydney Law School, currently on sabbatical in Cambridge.
Charles RichardsonDec 6, 20163 Comments
Like many other signs this year, particularly last month's US election, these twin events warn of a rising tide of xenophobic right-wing populism.
Charles RichardsonNov 21, 2016
Nicolas Sarkozy was the most Donald Trump-like candidate for France's Republican party, but voters were having none of it.
Nov 4, 20163 Comments
Do the Remain camp have a chance after all? And will there be an early election? Crikey intern Anthea Batsakis examines the implications.
Nov 1, 20162 Comments
Jenny Hocking explains why she is taking a Federal Court action against the National Archives to release correspondence between Sir John Kerr and the Queen.
Oct 28, 20165 Comments
Are the increasingly frosty relations between the United States and Russia going to turn into all-out war? Former United Nations Assistant Secretary-General Ramesh Thakur weighs the evidence.
Bernard KeaneOct 19, 20163 Comments
WikiLeaks' publication of Democratic Party materials has prompted the Ecuadorean government to shut off Julian Assange's internet access.
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.