Professor Damien Kingsbury May 24, 2017 6 Comments
News that gay men in Indonesia are being whipped by order of the sharia police has shocked the world, but we should look at politics, not religion.
Professor Damien Kingsbury January 9, 2017 4 Comments
General Gatot Nurmantyo has long been suspicious of outside actors and has not trusted Australia since its UN-sanctioned intervention in East Timor in 1999.
Myriam Robin October 6, 2015 6 Comments
The Daily Telegraph has gone to town on a Facebook page put up by "jihadi scum". But the page might not be all that it appears ...
Guy Rundle January 14, 2015 43 Comments
Both the Right and the Left have eschewed any attempt to sensibly comprehend and politically locate the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
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.
Guy Rundle September 19, 2014 11 Comments
Taking on the Islamic State will require the West to make some uncomfortable friends. Are we going to arm Hamas? Hezbollah? Is al-Qaeda or Assad our best hope now?
Helen Razer August 21, 2014 4 Comments
Islamic State militants have released a video of the murder of American journalist James Foley, while American drones slaughter children in secret. Who is the barbarian here?
Guy Rundle August 12, 2014 13 Comments
Crikey's writer-at-large ponders the next stage in the crisis unfolding in Iraq -- a situation where the world will not come out as it went in.
Guy Rundle July 3, 2014 18 Comments
George Brandis is a champion of free speech -- except, of course, if such speech is "dangerous" or "extremist".
Crikey Intern June 25, 2014 14 Comments
The Festival of Dangerous Ideas has scrapped a lecture on "honour killings" -- murder of women said to have brought shame on their families. The talk's author now says the cancellation was due to racism, and he would never defend honour killings. Crikey intern Rachel Clayton looks at the facts.