Crikey May 15, 2015 1 Comment
Yes, the situation in Gaza is grim and its people need food and shelter. But they also need a reason to believe in hope for the future, write Majed Abusalema, national leader of Students for Justice in Palestine in Norway, and James Rose, founder of The Kick Project.
Charles Richardson March 20, 2015 5 Comments
The results from the recent Israeli election will likely reinstall a coalition government very similar to the last one.
Crikey January 14, 2015 20 Comments
While Tony Abbott would have us think the West's hands are clean, a look at our actions in the Middle East reveal plenty of cause for resentment, writes Scott Burchill.
Crikey September 2, 2014 26 Comments
Philip Dalidakis shares his thoughts on Mike Carlton's take on Gaza.
Crikey August 29, 2014 3 Comments
Crikey readers have their say about Mike Carlton's column on Gaza, and whether Australia should become involved in Iraq.
Crikey August 28, 2014 54 Comments
Benjamin Netanyahu has ensured that no Israeli will ever again know peace, writes former ABC war correspondent and naval historian Mike Carlton.
Crikey August 14, 2014 9 Comments
Another big casualty from Gaza conflict is the growing loss of "the middle" -- moderates willing to engage with each other to resolve the greater Palestine-Israel conflict, writes Palestinian-based freelance writer Raffaele Piccolo.
Crikey August 12, 2014 2 Comments
Freelance journalist Armando Cordoba writes from Gaza, where local grassroots groups are doing what they can to help the local people survive the war.
Jeff Sparrow August 7, 2014 16 Comments
Here and abroad, there's a pattern emerging where the harshest punishments are reserved for those who expose crimes rather than those who may have committed them, writes Overland editor Jeff Sparrow.
Patrick Baume August 6, 2014
Social media came into its own this week, as international events continued to dominate the local news agenda.