The neoliberal World Economic Forum is back with its annual lauding of some of the worst industrial relations laws in the world.
Our new best buds ... Barnaby Joyce throws shade ... Eric Beecher moonlighting at fake news site? ...
We will all know less about the world and hear only more Western-centric news if Al Jazeera is forced to close, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.
Despite what the government might say, Australian taxpayers have been directly and indirectly helping fund terrorism for years.
Emirates has announced affordable sky internet charges but left unanswered questions as to how it will deal with bandwidth assassins and other issues, writes Ben Sandilands.
Lauren Lancaster originally intended to visit the United Arab Emirates on an archaeology study but ended up there as a photographer dedicated to capturing how the place differs from its "comic-book-like" image perpetuated in Western media.
How did Dubai turn so quickly from the city of gold to a financial pile of dust? Or was the Dubai Dream always just that -- a glittering facade built on a shaky foundation of debt and dubious labour?
Dubai may have Western fast food chains, impressive skyscrapers and designer fashions, but beneath its modern facade, it is a dictatorship built by slaves, with the highest per capita carbon emissions on Earth says Johann Hari.
Don't believe the panic, says Zachary Karabell: Dubai won't default on its debts -- its neighbors won't allow it to happen -- and even if it did, it wouldn't be the be the great global disaster many are predicting.