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'Consigliere'

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

Where dogs go to die

Reality check: “ ... and she said, we’re all like pigs slapped down…

Day to Day Politics: Murdoch’s mysterious millions.

Saturday 22 July 2017 1 What a mystery it is. In the last…

Day to Day Politics: 6 Months of Trump…

Friday 21 July 2017 When in February of 2016 I was invited to…

Archaic Obstacles: Australia, Parliament and Dual Citizenship

By Dr Binoy Kampmark Dusting away the must on a constitutional text may…

Capitalism Cannot Be Rehabilitated

By Christian Marx Australia (and indeed the rest of the world) is in…

Being a transracial adoptee: a unique perspective on…

Disclaimer: New Zealand artist Gabby Malpas is a transracial adoptee of Chinese…

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From Spicy to the Mooch: A Farewell to Sean Spicer

The AIM Network

By Dr Binoy Kampmark What will entertainers do in his absence? White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was more than grist to the mill of celluloid delights, becoming, by the admission of the US President, a “tv hit” smoking the ratings. When a press secretary’s conduct is valued, not for the…

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 weather event. There are those in the climate change “warmist” camp who cry the ”Aha!” moment at these disasters, while those in the “denialist” cabal give a banal yawn and…

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 in 1989 and lived there for 14 years, before emigrating to Australia in 2003. She became an Australian citizen in 2017. It is only recently at 48 years of age…

Howard Urges Australia To Trust Trump: "He Never Threw His…

Rossleigh

Just the other day, Turnbull hitched a lift with Con Trump to the G-20 meeting. While some would be cautioning…

'Consigliere'

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

Where dogs go to die

Joseph Carli

Reality check: “ ... and she said, we’re all like pigs slapped down some lane, our grassbrains singing toward the blade…

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Day to Day Politics: Murdoch’s mysterious millions.

John Lord

Saturday 22 July 2017 1 What a mystery it is. In the last budget $30 million is given to the Murdoch…

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Day to Day Politics: 6 Months of Trump sewage and…

John Lord

Friday 21 July 2017 When in February of 2016 I was invited to write a piece for the US political blog…

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Archaic Obstacles: Australia, Parliament and Dual Citizenship

The AIM Network

By Dr Binoy Kampmark Dusting away the must on a constitutional text may be a rare thing, but it should be…

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Day to Day Politics: Is Dutton much worse than this?

John Lord

Thursday 20 July 2017 Have you ever so desperately wanted to express a view on a subject only to find that…

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Threatening Mergers: The Turnbull Home Affairs Plan

The AIM Network

By Dr Binoy Kampmark “Among the many objects which a wise and free people find it necessary to direct their attention,…

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Environment

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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Book Review: Surviving the 21st Century

Robyn Dunphy

Surviving the 21st Century Humanity's Ten Great Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them is Julian Cribb's latest book. I…

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"Please let me know the truth about Adani"

The AIM Network

In supporting the Adani coal mine has Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk contradicted her pre-election promises to defend the Great Barrier…

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Social Justice

"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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Who watches the watchers?

The AIM Network

Media Release Aboriginal citizen journalists to use social media to hold police accountable and make communities safer. A new program has been…

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We have failed the First Australians

Michael Taylor

"Her paintings have been exhibited in Paris, London, New York, Tokyo and Milan. But in her old age, renowned Aboriginal…

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AIM Extra

'Consigliere'

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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Who is really Henry Kissinger?

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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The Girl in the Blue Dress

Joseph Carli

Finally! Lunch time. I squeezed our basket shopping trolley between the seats to a table in the crowded Zuma’s Café…

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Capitalism Cannot Be Rehabilitated

The AIM Network

By Christian Marx Australia (and indeed the rest of the world) is in crisis. This has entirely been brought about by…

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"Welcome to our Alpha-Male world"

Joseph Carli

The recent sad legal case of Amber Harrison and Channel Seven gives rise to the attention of just what are…

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Doctor Who?

Tristan Ewins

The news that the next ‘Dr Who’ will be played by a woman (specifically by British Actress Jodie Whittaker) has…

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