The war in Afghanistan has become Generation Y's war and it's a far different atmosphere from George Bush days. Embedded ABC journo Mark Corcoran reports on the war that has regained Washington's attention.
Young people aren't getting married because they are too angsty, scared of divorce, immature and have good birth control. Instead, a new relationship trend has emerged between 'dating' and ''til death do us part', writes Hannah Seligson.
Young Japanese voters -- middle class, university educated, nonchalant about politics 30 somethings -- often turn out to be the biggest decider of Japanese elections.
The Woodstock anniversary shows once again the power of the 60s social movements. Except, the women's movement challenged the madonna/whore distinction and we ended up with post-feminism and ... Madonna.
The criticism of Generation Y as over communicators, incapable of political engagement or analytical thought, is all just a little bit of youth bashing history repeating, writes Barney Langford.
It's forty years since Woodstock and the Summer of Love of '69. It’s little wonder that Gen Xers and Gen Ys take a jaundiced view of Woodstock nostalgia.
The more reporting that comes out about the Aurukun case, the more questions appear – though no-one is asking them in many of the mainstream media outlets, writes Guy Rundle.