Aug 26, 2016
Many people in Afghanistan risked their lives and their families to help foreign journalists. But foreign correspondent John Martinkus says after the West has no need for such people anymore, we often leave them to be killed.
Aug 4, 20161 Comment
The failed coup attempt has given Recep Erdogan much more power, writes Ender Baskan an Australian writer of Turkish descent living in Istanbul.
Irfan YusufJul 20, 20163 Comments
Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Fethullah Gulen's rivalry extends to Australia.
Guy RundleJul 11, 201633 Comments
Blair lied to his cabinet, his party, and the people of his nation. Effectively, he used the entire UK as a patsy.
Bernard KeaneJul 7, 201622 Comments
Tony Blair deliberately made his country less safe from the threat of terrorism in an effort to make a political point, the Chilcot Inquiry shows.
Shakira HusseinMay 27, 201610 Comments
Two French writers debate the virtue of Charlie Hebdo and the things that are lost in translation.
May 3, 20161 Comment
There used to be a fiction of safety in Iraq, but with Australian and American troops gone, that fiction has crumbled too, writes foreign correspondent John Martinkus.
Apr 7, 201612 Comments
In Iraq, the hatred for the ruling class is too deeply entrenched, writes John Martinkus.
Shakira HusseinMar 29, 20166 Comments
Violence is out of place everywhere and nowhere.