Former Trump adviser John Bolton may have been the biggest cheerleader for war with Iran, but that doesn't mean his departure will help fix tensions.
Crikey readers discuss the government's handling of national security and the Sydney-Melbourne rivalry.
The government has decided parliament's Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security "stymies" security agencies and is a threat to national security — all in the name of wedge politics.
A close analysis of Labor's most recent manoeuvres proves they are still as much in opposition as they ever were!
Crikey readers discuss Labor's stance on security agencies, NIMBYism and Australian trade protectionism.
Labor's inconsistency on oversight of security agencies has left a crucial missing link on the response to the government's attacks on those who would subject it to scrutiny.
The raid on a News Corp journalist exposes how police can target journalistic sources with impunity — and how "national security" is simply a tool to protect the powerful from scrutiny.
Another budget, another drop to a News Corp journalist about amazing extra funding being given to our security agencies.
Crikey readers discuss the government's new military powers, and Labor's hurdles in Parliament.