Glenn Dyer November 10, 2016
Voters approved recreational marijuana in California yesterday, and four states also approved minimum wage increases.
Crikey July 7, 2016
Australia needs a consistent and pragmatic national strategy that outlines its policy approaches to consistently addressing the death penalty challenge, writes John Coyne from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
Myriam Robin April 29, 2015 12 Comments
The coverage of the execution of Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran has been sympathetic and tearful. But there was a time when the Australian media thought they were getting what they deserved.
Crikey April 29, 2015 1 Comment
A groundswell of support from the Indonesian people and a startling admission by a Filipino drug smuggler saved a foreign domestic worker from the firing squad last night, writes freelance journalist Cade Lucas in Indonesia
Crikey March 25, 2015 1 Comment
Crikey readers have their say on anti-depressants, the death penalty and other issues of the day.
Shakira Hussein March 24, 2015 5 Comments
The problem for anti-death penalty campaigners is that capital punishment is in fact very popular.
Crikey March 9, 2015 1 Comment
Crikey readers have their say on the death penalty, South Australian politics and other issues of the day.
Crikey February 27, 2015
Indonesia has a hardline approach to the death penalty for those involved in the Indonesian drug trade. But Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were not involved in the Indonesian drug trade, writes an Australian crown prosecutor and former resident of Indonesia.
Matthew Clayfield May 9, 2014
From locked bathrooms to silent meditation retreats, journalist and novelist Brigid Delaney is committed to stream-of-consciousness tweeting.