Michael Sainsbury November 1, 2017 5 Comments
While Chinese Premier Xi Jinping consolidated his power at China's 19th National Congress, Australia's leaders continue to show their diplomatic and moral weakness.
Professor Damien Kingsbury September 28, 2017 2 Comments
There is widespread international sympathy for resolving the issue of West Papua, but the hurdles are immense.
Crikey May 12, 2017 1 Comment
Forest destruction and land loss have resulted in a “far-reaching human rights disaster” for Borneo’s indigenous peoples, writes freelance journalist Jenny Denton.
Josh Taylor May 8, 2017 12 Comments
School chaplains argue they need millions of dollars in taxpayer funding to push their religion in government schools.
Josh Taylor April 27, 2017 8 Comments
Former immigration minister Philip Ruddock has cost taxpayers over $200,000 in his first year as special envoy on human rights, new figures reveal.
Michael Sainsbury March 15, 2016 4 Comments
Yes, China is important to Australia's economy. But that does not mean it should get a free pass.
Bernard Keane February 9, 2016 15 Comments
Philip Ruddock's time in public life has been devoted to undermining human rights. His appointment as an envoy on the issue is ludicrous.
Bernard Keane February 5, 2016 17 Comments
A UN panel finding that Julian Assange has been arbitrarily detained shines a light on the deliberate strategy of the UK and Swedish governments to leave him in legal limbo.
Josh Taylor January 27, 2016 27 Comments
The Alliance Defending Freedom argues that homosexuality should be illegal. And guess who their new bestie is?
Michael Sainsbury December 22, 2015 1 Comment
China gets a free pass, while less lucrative countries feel the full brunt of Australia's righteousness.