Does this man know anything about history, including his own? Former Australian ambassador to Israel Peter Rodgers wonders at Trump's breathtaking ignorance.
Petit's walk between the Twin Towers was not a media sensation at the time, it was merely a thing that happened, and was little documented. But now the towers themselves have come down, what remains?
As Veterans Day goes by, Crikey's writer-at-large witnesses first-hand the cost of glorifying military service.
Real world violence can too often take on a false cinematic quality for those trying to understand and prevent it. It's about time we went off-script.
Not all terrorist groups want the same thing, and you can't spy on millions of Australians with the blanket rationale of the War on Terror, writes international relations professor Dr Scott Burchill.
The United States has traded liberty for security, with a vast domestic spying program and unprecedented security measures. Does that mean the terrorists have won?
Our horror at rape jokes and protestations of acceptance come about because our culture simultaneously affirms tolerance and equality, while expressing its identity through war and domination.
Is there still anti-Muslim sentiment in lower Manhattan? After the Boston bombings, Crikey visits the 9/11 memorial and Park51, the so-called "Ground Zero mosque", to find out.