The US Imperium Garrisons Australia

On December 6, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense…

What Does Gas Have In Common With Potatoes?

Every now and then some idiot will tell you that schools should…

A Dying Breed: Young Voters and the LNP

The Liberal-National COALition has had, to put it lightly, a bad time…

Please don't ask the LNP about their future…

"Had I been asked about these matters at the time, I would…

Baguette Listings: Why Food is Politics

On November 30, the French baguette was formally added to the United…

Get out of the gutter

By 2353NM You may not have heard of Mike Rinder. A Scientologist for…

The Raider Spirit: The Unveiling of the B-21

The US military industrial complex has made news with another eye-wateringly expensive…

Two men found dead on the Moon

As we approach the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 17 mission -…

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The US Imperium Garrisons Australia

Dr Binoy Kampmark

On December 6, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin hosted Australia’s Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Richard Marles. It was the 32nd occasion the countries had met in this setting. The Australia-US Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) is really a chat…

Virtual tourists can now teleport back 600 million years, exploring…

The AIM Network

University of South Australia Media Release Fancy donning a VR headset and taking a journey through deep geological time? From today it’s possible, with the launch of a 360-degree virtual tour of the 600-million-year-old Flinders Ranges in South Australia. One of Australia’s most captivating landscapes can now be explored virtually, thanks to…

Our very own Marie Antoinette moment

Mark Buckley

It is a sign of the times that, within the worst cost-of-living crisis in Australia for nearly a century, we are even contemplating the return of the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne. We are in the grip of an inequality tsunami. Never have so many gone hungry. Never have so many…

What Does Gas Have In Common With Potatoes?

Rossleigh

Every now and then some idiot will tell you that schools should stay out of politics and just teach facts.…

Baguette Listings: Why Food is Politics

Dr Binoy Kampmark

On November 30, the French baguette was formally added to the United Nations’ Intangible Cultural Heritage list. The bureaucrats had…

Politics

What Does Gas Have In Common With Potatoes?

Rossleigh

Every now and then some idiot will tell you that schools should stay out of politics and just teach facts.…

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A Dying Breed: Young Voters and the LNP

Dr Tim Jones

The Liberal-National COALition has had, to put it lightly, a bad time in recent electoral contests. From the utter wipeout…

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Please don't ask the LNP about their future until they…

John Lord

"Had I been asked about these matters at the time, I would have responded truthfully about the arrangements I had…

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Get out of the gutter

The AIM Network

By 2353NM You may not have heard of Mike Rinder. A Scientologist for most of his life, at the age of…

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Floods of Challenges: The Victorian Election Saga of Australia’s Transition…

The AIM Network

By Denis Bright Victorians rejected the instability of minority government in favour of a third term for Labor’s Premier Daniel Andrews.…

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Julian Assange and Albanese’s Intervention

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The unflinching US effort to extradite and prosecute Julian Assange for 18 charges, 17 of which are chillingly based upon…

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Environment

Mangroves: environmental guardians of our coastline

The AIM Network

University of South Australia Media Release They are the salt-tolerant shrubs that thrive in the toughest of conditions, but according to…

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Veggie waste offers green solution to single-use packaging

The AIM Network

Victoria University Media Release Australia’s mounting packaging stockpile could soon shrink with a little help from greener packaging made from vegetable…

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Dirt-cheap solar evaporation could provide soil pollution solution

The AIM Network

Media Release from the University of South Australia A team led by University of South Australia researchers has pioneered a new…

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Social Justice

Farhad Bandesh gets the letter

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon This sadistic letter (see letter at the bottom of this article) is doing the rounds of Medevac survivors…

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When does neglect under "Sovereign Borders" become a war crime?

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon Afghans living overseas are certainly refugees since the fall of Kabul and US withdrawal a year ago. Therefore,…

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Refugees and Changing Political Narratives

The AIM Network

By Andrew Klein The challenges of the Global Refugee Crisis often appear unmet or lost in the narrative of political leaders…

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AIM Extra

Baguette Listings: Why Food is Politics

Dr Binoy Kampmark

On November 30, the French baguette was formally added to the United Nations’ Intangible Cultural Heritage list. The bureaucrats had…

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The Raider Spirit: The Unveiling of the B-21

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The US military industrial complex has made news with another eye-wateringly expensive product, a near totemic tribute to waste in…

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Two men found dead on the Moon

Michael Taylor

As we approach the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 17 mission - the last time humans walked on the Moon…

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Whither Constitutional Change?

Terence Mills

Within a very short space of time, we are going to be embroiled in a national discussion on constitutional change:…

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Kim Beazley elected Chair of Australian War Memorial Council

The AIM Network

Australian War Memorial Media Release The Honourable Kim Beazley AC has been appointed as Chair of the Australian War Memorial Council. Mr…

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Gallic Rebuke: France and the US Rules-based Order

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Gérard Araud was not mincing his words. As France’s former ambassador to Washington, he had seen enough. At a November…

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Your Say

Corporate Malfeasance and its Control

The AIM Network

By Andrew Klein Making Shareholder Liable to the value of their Share Holding – an easy guide to encourage ethical investment. Much…

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Spilt milk 10,000 miles away

Nicole Clark

My name is Nicole. I’m a scientist and a mother, but underneath all of that I am a woman. Not…

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Speed is of the essence - Prime Minister!

RosemaryJ36

I think an element of caution in relation to political decisions - because of economic implications - has been impressed…

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