In the days following the Christchurch terror attack, Jacinda Ardern implored the world not to use the killer's name. Has the Australian media paid attention?
This week: how significant should significance be, lucky Aussie philosophers take on the world, Trump is only the start of corruption in the US, and getting to grips with white supremacist ideologies.
Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week — well, it's all bloody awful, isn't it? Still, we can look to women who know what to do with Nazis. Plus, why America keeps losing its war games, welcoming our new chickpea overlords, and how amazing was Dick Dale?
It's time to abandon old assumptions to see clearly what’s happened, and what’s coming.
A white supremacist killer has again shown us the violent hatred that lurks inside us. Don’t turn away without acknowledging it.
Embarrassing mistake? Terrifying attempt at dog-whistling? Both? We've broken down the timeline of the government's brush with white supremacist slogans.
Crikey readers discuss the government's "white supremacy" moment and Scott Morrison's chances with China.
Is a dual citizen really less eligible for parliament than someone convicted for organizing a racially motivated assassination attempt?