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NZ PM Jacinda Ardern following the Christchurch terror attack (Image: AAP/Boris Jancic)

Christchurch one year on: Australia’s missed opportunity to fight the far right

Twelve months on from the Christchurch terror attacks, has anything changed?

A far-right protest (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

A Senate inquiry is trying to understand Australia. We tried to understand the inquiry

Will a Senate inquiry alone be enough to save Australia from racism and far-right extremism?

A far-right protest (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

The Fascists Among Us: how right wing ideology evolves in plain sight

The Christchurch gunman emerged from a fascist subculture in which he’d previously been a minor and anonymous figure. The next killer will be the same.

NZ PM Jacinda Ardern following the Christchurch terror attack (Image: AAP/Boris Jancic)

Don’t call him by his name: Australian media and the Christchurch shooter

In the days following the Christchurch terror attack, Jacinda Ardern implored the world not to use the killer's name. Has the Australian media paid attention?

How News Corp Australia sets up the US debate — and vice-versa

When you decry the "Americanisation" of Australian political discourse, remember who inspires Fox News' talking points in the first place.

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Police probe Sydney knife attack motive

Good morning, early birds. Police say the Sydney stabbing suspect had accessed information about recent mass killings in the US and New Zealand, and the government plans to cut migration before addressing failing infrastructure. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Mourners leave tributes ahead of Donald Trump's visit to El Paso. Image: The Republic/Madeleine Cook

After El Paso, conservatives must disown white supremacist terror

For more than a decade the mainstream right have been pumping out 'enemy within' politics directed at anyone with a mildly progressive agenda. This is their mess.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with Foreign Affairs minister Marise Payne (Image: AAP/BIANCA DE MARCHI)

US asks Australia to commit against China, Iran

Good morning, early birds. The US has put new pressure on Australia to step up in its commitment against China and Iran, and Indigenous leaders discuss recognition at the Northern Territory's Garma Festival. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

The Victims: what it’s like to live inside the eye of a media storm

INQ explores several case studies of Australians victimised by intrusive reporting.

The Perpetrators: how the media ‘hunts down’ their ‘talent’

Reporters stalking their victims need to be ruthless and persistent. The techniques are varied and ubiquitous. Today, INQ pulls back the curtain on those techniques.