Helen Razer March 30, 2017 9 Comments
The Democrats' cack-handed photoshopping of a socialist poster tells us all we need to know about this putatively "progressive" party.
Bernard Keane September 19, 2016 8 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull is trying to breathe life into the universally despised Trans Pacific Partnership while turning his back on free trade locally.
Guy Rundle October 14, 2015 13 Comments
A crisis is brewing in the US with the resignation of John Boehner, the imposing, burnished, lachrymose leader since 2011.
Crikey June 11, 2015 9 Comments
A group of three cross-party MPs has been taking the slated Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement to task, writes Matthew Rimmer, Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law.
Guy Rundle January 22, 2015 8 Comments
President Barack Obama was in his element at the annual State of the Union address, despite knowing that almost none of his legislative agenda will pass a recalcitrant Congress.
Guy Rundle November 21, 2014 21 Comments
The real and symbolic importance of Obama's promise to provide amnesty to illegal immigrants cannot be overstated.
William Bowe November 3, 2014 1 Comment
With the Republicans set to retain control of Congress after Tuesday's US midterm elections, the Democrats will be hoping Obama can channel Bill Clinton, the only second-term president to retain a strong showing for his party in the Senate.
Bernard Keane October 24, 2014 16 Comments
Even if the Trans Pacific Partnership is finalised, the US government will insist on dictating to other countries how it should be interpreted -- and even changing it if it suits Congress.
Guy Rundle October 8, 2014 6 Comments
Ahead of the US midterms, the Democrats vital signs are ebbing in some key states.
Andrew Murfett January 7, 2014 6 Comments
Liz Cheney has quit her bid for the US Congress, leaving a gay sister still seething and her former vice-presidential father trying to heal rifts within the Republican Party.