Tony Abbott's ministerial history suggests he is best left on the backbench, not allowed to cause chaos in cabinet.
Singapore is taking a risk in entering into a defence deal with a known US ally -- but China's influence is not what it used to be.
ADF's sacking of Bernard Gaynor has been overturned, with his homophobic and transphobic comments deemed political communication.
Australia's position on Chinese investment is deeply confusing -- and not just for investors, but for our allies as well.
The Australian Border Force received the last of eight Cape Class patrol boats at the start of this month, on time, and seemingly on budget, with not a whiff of a press release, no minister or PM photo opportunity. Why the silence in a government that reportedly wanted weekly national security announceables up until the […]
A Twitter account counteracting the lies propagated by Islamic State sounds useful -- except the tweets are gobbledygook. Freelance journalist Jason Murphy explains.
The government's attacks on working mothers this week managed to grab attention when it was hoping all eyes would be focused on small business handouts.
Crikey readers have their say on Uber, the Collins Class submarines and other issues of the day
The media plays a big role in shaping political discourse, and politicians want to know who is on their side, writes Crikey intern Mahalia Dobson.