Dec 2, 2016
Over three years ago, the Brotherhood's main man Mohammed Morsi was unseated from power. But the saga didn't end there, writes freelance journalist in Egypt Salma Islam.
Bernard KeaneOct 31, 20167 Comments
The taxpayer-funded defence think tank ASPI is collaborating with an extremist Israeli group that advocates keeping Islamic State and increasing settlements in Palestinian territory.
Oct 18, 20162 Comments
Returned Sergeant Kevin Frost cannot deal with the pain and guilt of what happened in Afghanistan any longer. It's a pain foreign correspondent John Martinkus knows well.
Professor Damien KingsburyOct 3, 201614 Comments
The US is unlikely to engage in direct intervention, at least for several months, for three reasons.
Myriam RobinSep 30, 201610 Comments
Wyatt Roy has bizarrely traveled to Iraq, drawing condemnation from the government. Is his passport going to be cancelled?
Professor Damien KingsburySep 28, 20163 Comments
A coalition of diverse forces will work to oust ISIS from Mosul. But that's not the end of the story.
Professor Damien KingsburySep 26, 20167 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull has increased the number of refugees to 18,750, but that is a much lower number than we can comfortably support.
Sep 15, 20161 Comment
Egypt is in dire financial straits and needs a loan from the IMF. But that never comes without strings, writes freelance journalist Salma Islam.
Sep 13, 20161 Comment
Certain groups being excluded from the Syrian ceasefire limits its efficacy, writes professor of international politics at Deakin University Damien Kingsbury.
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.