Bernard Keane November 6, 2017 17 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull is almost alone among Trans-Pacific Partnership leaders eager to allow multinationals to sue governments.
Bernard Keane November 6, 2017 18 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull has doubled down on his rejection of a constitutionally guaranteed indigenous voice, using exactly the logic of those opposed to any indigenous recognition at all.
Bernard Keane November 3, 2017 64 Comments
The actions of Stephen Parry betray something deeply wrong within the Turnbull government -- but the PM is too weak to take action.
Guy Rundle November 1, 2017 21 Comments
The best thing you can say about Beersheba, a cavalry charge on a Turkish-held Arab town in Palestine, whose inhabitants had love for neither side in the conflict, is that at least it wasn’t, like Gallipoli, an invasion of a sovereign people in their homeland.
Guy Rundle October 31, 2017 3 Comments
There appears to be an imbalance built into this whole recognition process. It looks like a process that confers power on Indigenous people, but, in a curious way, it does the opposite.
email@example.com October 30, 2017 9 Comments
NEG is so miraculous that it's garnering positive reaction from both sides of the field; quite a feat for an eight page document with zero figures, writes economist John Quiggin.
Bernard Keane October 30, 2017 32 Comments
The government's killing-off of Indigenous recognition may yet prove an even worse problem than the citizenship decision last week.
Bernard Keane October 27, 2017 19 Comments
The government's refusal to consider a voice for Indigenous Australians in the constitution may well damn the recognition referendum to defeat.
Margot Saville October 24, 2017 24 Comments
We know what you're thinking, but don't worry: this 600 page odyssey of the Milky Bar Kid is only the first of two volumes.