Reporting Israel’s war on Gaza has become the greatest credibility challenge for journalists and the media in our time, writes David Robie.
South Africa's case against Israel in the International Court of Justice could be one route to end the hot war in Gaza. But, as Paul Gregoire writes, politics will decide — a reason to keep mobilising.
Arabunna Elder Uncle Kevin Buzzacott passed away in Alice Springs on November 29, 2023. A fierce advocate for his people and for a nuclear-free Australia, Kevin will be sorely missed, writes Jim Green.
The Australia Palestine Advocacy Network is urging Labor to support South Africa’s suit against Israel for genocide in Gaza in the International Court of Justice in The Hague. Stuart Rees reports.
Foreign fighter laws aim to prevent Australians fighting alongside Hamas and Hezbollah, but Australians can and have joined the Israeli Defense Forces in Gaza. Paul Gregoire reports.
John Pilger should be remembered and honoured not just for his impressive body of work, but for being a brave — and at times near-lone — voice for truth against power, write Peter Boyle and Pip Hinman.
AI behemoth Palantir, which markets itself as 'humanitarian' is proud to provide the Israeli government with military and surveillance technology. Binoy Kampmark reports on the tech giant's mission is make the West stronger.
While the US Department of Justice battles to indict Assange for absurd espionage charges, various parts of his case have begun to unravel. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Our humanity is the fuel to build our movement to liberate Palestine. We are at a real tipping point in history. Now is the time to build this broad people’s movement, argues Vivienne Portzolt.
Scientists must take into account the social and ethical consequences of their research, as the current debate around AI demonstrates, writes Rupen Savoulian.
Expectations were never high for COP28, but as the climate deniers have managed to subvert the summit’s goals, Alex Bainbridge argues Australia must set its own climate transition plan.
The mainstream media’s apologisms for mass murder are sickening. Markela Panegyres argues we need to reject and call out attempts to silence resistance to genocide, before it is normalised.