Let's talk about immigration

Whilst politics has always been an adversarial arena, the last decade has…

Dual citizen politicians: what to do?

It is evident that section 44 of the Australian Constitution causes considerable…

France En Marche: New Belle Époque for Responsible…

Denis Bright invites discussion on the ascendency of President Emanuel Macron as…

Day to Day Politics: Please just go, Barnaby

Thursday 17 August 2017 When The Australian publishes headlines like those listed below…

Manus death 'cover up' unacceptable

Media Release from the National Justice Project Manus death 'cover up' unacceptable -…

Breaking the Seal: Child Abuse and the Confessional

The only surprise was that it did not come sooner. Australia’s Royal…

She is to blame for everything

By Melissa A. Frost I see myself as a bit of a social…

Kissinger gave 'green light' for the invasion of…

By Dr George Venturini Heinz Alfred ‘Henry’ Kissinger obtained a Ph.D. at Harvard…

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Let's talk about immigration

Kaye Lee

Whilst politics has always been an adversarial arena, the last decade has seen parliamentary debate sink to such a low level that they have become an impediment to rational thinking and progress.  As they battle each other for the funniest zinger or most cutting accusation, the country lumbers on with…

August 15, 2017: the most important day in the future

Michael Taylor

They say we can’t predict the future, but I’m damn sure we can do a lot to control the course of it. When we look back on our own past, our country’s past, or even the world’s past ... there will be a hundred signposts that we missed that could have…

Manus death 'cover up' unacceptable

The AIM Network

Media Release from the National Justice Project Manus death 'cover up' unacceptable - Bring the body here. The family of an Iranian asylum seeker found dead on Manus Island is demanding the Australian Government launch a vigorous and transparent investigation into his death. Hamed Shamshiripour's body was found in bushland near the island's…

Treachery From Bill Shorten While Kevin Andrews Admits Affection For…

Rossleigh

What interesting times! Just last night, I was thinking how Barnaby had stuffed up by not actually checking that he was…

Kissinger gave 'green light' for the invasion of East Timor

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini Heinz Alfred ‘Henry’ Kissinger obtained a Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1954. His interest was on Castelreagh…

News and Politics

Dual citizen politicians: what to do?

Eva Cripps

It is evident that section 44 of the Australian Constitution causes considerable angst to elected representatives in the Commonwealth Parliament.…

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France En Marche: New Belle Époque for Responsible Middle Powers?

The AIM Network

Denis Bright invites discussion on the ascendency of President Emanuel Macron as the final round in the 2017 election cycle…

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Day to Day Politics: Please just go, Barnaby

John Lord

Thursday 17 August 2017 When The Australian publishes headlines like those listed below (all behind a paywall, sadly), you know you…

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Breaking the Seal: Child Abuse and the Confessional

Binoy Kampmark

The only surprise was that it did not come sooner. Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse…

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The Barnaby Joyce Constitutional Crisis

The AIM Network

The Barnaby Joyce Constitutional Crisis Or Is any-one up for a class action against Barnaby? By Michael Griffin Contrary to what the MSM is…

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Day to Day Politics: The politics of dirty Dutton.

John Lord

Wednesday 16 August 2017 When the headlines are screaming words of condemnation over citizenship and marriage equality one is apt to…

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Environment

Contrarian views on temperature have melted away

The AIM Network

By Keith Antonysen It should not have been necessary to write about increasing global temperature; but, with Trump as leader of…

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The tactile experience of climate change

Joseph Carli

There can be no-one in this country by now, barring the unborn, who has not experienced, first hand, some extreme…

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The window of life

Michael Taylor

Climate change is one of the hottest topics (pardon the pun) when it comes to discussion on this site but…

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Social Justice

Avenging the King of Iran: The Fate of Hamed Shamshiripour

Binoy Kampmark

“The only responsible and humane thing for our government to do is immediately evacuate every single man on Manus, every…

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Being a transracial adoptee: a unique perspective on racism

Eva Cripps

Disclaimer: New Zealand artist Gabby Malpas is a transracial adoptee of Chinese descent. She "followed the herd" to the UK…

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"The worst day of my life"

The AIM Network

By Kyran O'Dwyer "Malcolm Turnbull has defended the government's border protection policies as protesters gathered outside the London venue hosting an…

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AIM Extra

Kissinger gave 'green light' for the invasion of East Timor

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini Heinz Alfred ‘Henry’ Kissinger obtained a Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1954. His interest was on Castelreagh…

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Backward Steps: The Australian Recycling Sham

Binoy Kampmark

The green conscience received a setback last week with revelations that the Australian recycling industry is not what it seems.…

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Henry Kissinger: the man behind the rise of a dictatorship

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini Heinz Alfred ‘Henry’ Kissinger obtained a Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1954. His interest was on Castelreagh…

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Your Say

She is to blame for everything

The AIM Network

By Melissa A. Frost I see myself as a bit of a social observer. I listen and watch: reading through reams…

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Manufacturing Social Dislocation: The Road To Fascism

The AIM Network

By Christian Marx This week we have seen the murderous ways of the far-right. One woman is dead and many others…

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Malcolm, you're cornered

Barry Tucker

There is a delicious irony in the marriage equality debate and "postal survey" becoming the wrecking ball that brings down…

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