The United States and Britain claim they don't want to expand the war in the Middle East, when that is exactly what they are doing. Alex Salmon and Elizabeth Bantas report.
Peter Boyle, a member of the national executive of the Socialist Alliance and regular correspondent for Green Left, addressed a forum on the topic: "What is behind US support for Israel?"
Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist goes through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
The expansion of United States military bases in Okinawa, other islands in Japan, Guahan/Guam and Australia is a deadly threat to peace and to indigenous communities, warns Okinawa peace activist Shinako Oyakawa.
A protest is being planned when United States President Joe Biden arrives for the Quad summit on May 24. Karri Bramble reports.
The Sydney Anti-AUKUS Coalition, with the support of anti-war, peace and environmental groups, is preparing to protest the Quad summit, which will include US president Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Kerry Smith reports.
A snap protest was held in Sydney on March 14 in response to the official announcement of the $368 billion AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine deal.
United States President Joe Biden has announced a dramatic expansion of restrictions on people from Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua and Haiti seeking asylum at the US border with Mexico, writes Barry Sheppard.
After years of bellicose anti-China rhetoric from Australian and US elites, the fact that Xi Jinping, Joe Biden and Anthony Albanese did actually meet does seem positive. Alex Bainbridge looks at what it really represents.
Despite promises to respect the right to seek asylum, Washington has been denying migrants that right by invoking a provision allowing it to limit travel under the pretext of mitigating COVID-19, writes José Luis Granados Ceja.
Government spokespeople and the media have been a little coy, but now the gloves are off: China is the enemy. William Briggs argues that the Quad meeting is the latest propaganda assault.
Donald Trump is aiming to take back the majority in the Senate and the House in November, aided by voter suppression, as stage one of his 2024 presidential re-election campaign, write Barry Sheppard and Malik Miah.
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