Analysis

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton believes Israel’s leaders have been hard done by the International Criminal Court and suggests Australia cut ties to show its solidarity with Israel. Binoy Kampmark reports.

David Robie joins the Green Left Show to discuss the current revolt in Kanaky/New Caledonia.

Without David McBride's whistle-blowing, the ABC would not have published the Afghan Files. The Brereton Inquiry into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan also validated his efforts, argues Binoy Kampmark.

University of Melbourne student encampment

The inspirational Gaza solidarity encampments, initiated by university students across the world, pose a sharp challenge to Western governments complicit in Israel’s genocide, argues Jacob Andrewartha.

The British High Court of Justice decided to allow whistleblower and WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange leave to appeal his extradition to the United States. Binoy Kampmark reports.

poverty line graph

Treasurer Jim Chalmers said Labor’s third budget will 'ease cost-of-living pressures', but it does not include any raise to JobSeeker or other payments. Isaac Nellist reports. 

Green Left’s Federico Fuentes asked Australian Greens housing spokesperson Max Chandler-Mather about the budget’s implications for renters and prospective homeowners, as well as his party’s strategy for tackling the country’s housing crisis.

kids holding a banner

Since the Labor and Liberal parties have lost hearts and minds over their support for genocidal Israel, they are now moving to culture wars, argues Pip Hinman.

Muhammad Khaled Abu Mahmoud, a former President of the General Union of Palestinian Engineers, Australia branch, and a survivor of the Nakba, gave this speech to the Nakba protest.

This video was made with voices from the Naarm/Melbourne free Gaza rally, on May 12, Mother's Day.

Former Geelong Trades Hall secretary and Socialist Alliance member, Tim Gooden, calls on the Australian Council of Trade Unions and secretary Sally McManus to take stronger action against Israel's genocide

Labor’s 2024 budget, that supposedly addresses the cost-of-living crisis, leaves the poorest $220 a week under the poverty line. Peter Boyle reports on a Labor budget with no heart, guts or vision.