Is Julian Assange's long stint in the Ecuadorian embassy a martyr's travail or a narcissist's temper tantrum?
Malcolm Turnbull should bring Julian Assange home, but his desire to please Washington will get in the way of his better angels.
Julian Assange has revealed a lot that powerful governments do not want us to know. But what should be made of the rape allegations against him? PhD candidate and former UN adviser Felicity Ruby explains.
The Australian government was warned about embarrassing cables before WikiLeaks published them, according to an updated book on Julian Assange by ABC journalist Andrew Fowler.
Noon, down in Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge, behind the regal bulk of Harrods, and the crowd was already building outside the Ecuadorian embassy.
There's no doubt that Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, as Spanish speakers put it, is a man with "cojones" -- but what is he playing at on Assange, ask Matthew Knott and Cathy Alexander.
Julian Assange has shocked his supporters with a creative new twist -- turning up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London and asking for asylum. The international diplomatic mess is enormous.
Julian Assange's extradition appeal was dismissed over a definitional issue, but his judges were divided over who had authority to demand his extradition.
A sunny day in Parliament Square, Big Ben shining, the remnant anti-war protest still attached to the security barriers, and a crowd anxious over the fate of a new freedom fighter.