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Rundle: the Rodent’s back, and he’s still lying

Rundle: the Rodent’s back, and he’s still lying

John Howard's spectacular (but not in a good way) interview with Janet Albrechtsen last night disinterred two great (again, not in a good way) Howard-government lies.

Was Gaddafi upholding the chemical weapons taboo?

Was Gaddafi upholding the chemical weapons taboo?

Muammar Gaddafi had perviously agreed to disarm all WMD capabilities but recent evidence suggests he kept undeclared chemical weapons. So why didn't he use them? asks NAJ Taylor.

Manne and <em>The Oz</em>: revisiting a time when Iraq had WMD

Manne and The Oz: revisiting a time when Iraq had WMD

One of the most salient yet overlooked aspects of Robert Manne's Quarterly Essay Bad News is its assessment of The Australian's coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath. NAJ Taylor fills this gap, discussing the debate's many factors in this essay for This Blog Harms.

Manne vs. <em>The Australian</em>: more needs to be said about <em>The Oz’s</em> coverage of Iraq’s WMD

Manne vs. The Australian: more needs to be said about The Oz’s coverage of Iraq’s WMD

One of the more salient – yet overlooked – aspects of Robert Manne's Quarterly Essay Bad News is its assessment of The Oz’s coverage of the Iraq War and its aftermath, writes NAJ Taylor.

Patents, governance and WMDs

Patents, governance and WMDs

The public has a right to expect that blatant misuse of monopoly power be addressed by active anti-trust/anti-competitive laws, writes Anna George, an adjunct professor at Murdoch University.