Helen Razer October 17, 2017 66 Comments
Sarah Ferguson's "interrogation" of Hillary Clinton on Four Corners last night marks a watershed moment (not in a good way) for political journalism.
Guy Rundle September 29, 2017 1 Comment
STOP PRESS! WikiLeaks has run a campaign on Catalan independence, at a crucial point ... just as it has run campaigns during other elections and referendums.
Crikey September 5, 2017 24 Comments
Look, you may ask why on earth I’d care what some silly man stuck in an Ecuadorean embassy has to say about women’s rights, but once upon a time I was a rather strident supporter of WikiLeaks, writes freelance journalist Asher Wolf.
Helen Razer September 5, 2017 38 Comments
It is true that Assange has lately shown himself to be an unscholarly, unverified baby about the matter of my sex. But for Christ's sake, there's more important things happening here.
Guy Rundle August 18, 2017 20 Comments
Another day, another WikiLeaks beat up. Guy Rundle dissects the latest headline which cried conspiracy.
Guy Rundle May 22, 2017 22 Comments
Ecuador has granted Julian Assange's asylum, the UK must honour that, and Australia must see that they do. Because no matter your opinion on the man or his recent political choices, the whole Swedish investigation has been a stitch-up from the start.
Bernard Keane May 19, 2017 3 Comments
Finally forced to interview Julian Assange over sexual assault claims, Swedish prosecutors have abandoned their pursuit of the Australian publisher.
Crikey January 24, 2017 5 Comments
Julian Assange's lawyer responds to Crikey writer Michael Bradley and says yes, Assange would have turned himself in to save Chelsea Manning.
Michael Bradley January 20, 2017 20 Comments
Is Julian Assange's long stint in the Ecuadorian embassy a martyr's travail or a narcissist's temper tantrum?