AUKUS

Regardless of whether Australia acquires any nuclear-powered vessels, the rest of the AUKUS deal, including interoperability with the United States, is already underway. Paul Gregoire reports.

Labor is playing a game over Gaza. To claim to support a ceasefire while arming and giving political cover to the perpetrators of genocide is sick cynicism, argues Sam Wainwright.

Nick Riemer and Markela Panegyres argue that universities should insist on science and knowledge serving the cause of peace and human progress, and not fuel the arms race.

The Palestine solidarity movement is shaking politics up: 81% want Israel to ceasefire and 53% want Labor to take more action to achieve a ceasefire. Chloe DS reports.

Representatives of more than 30 community organisations met to discuss working more closely to oppose AUKUS and the US-Australia war drive against China. Kerry Smith reports.

Prudence alone demands we pause AUKUS, as the terms of its final provisions allow signatories to do. Ken Blackman reports.

We must stop normalising the “revolving door” phenomenon — the movement of individuals from public office to private companies and vice versa, argues Jacob Andrewartha.

An independent foreign policy would involve a policy of neutrality; it would mean Australia could pursue peaceful and mutually beneficial relations with all countries, argues Bevan Ramsden.

Former Coalition Prime Minister Scott Morrison was always the apotheosis of politics’ worst tendencies: shallow form, public service for private interest and, ultimately, the scrap for survival at the expense of the grand vision, writes Binoy Kampmark.

Labor wants Osborne in SA to be the first designated zone for AUKUS nuclear-powered submarines, with Stirling in WA nominated as the second nuclear submarine base. David Noonan reports.

Stop AUKUS WA, together with Friends of Palestine and Unionists for Palestine, protested outside a weapons’ conference at the Convention Centre. Alex Salmon reports.

As part of AUKUS, United States and Britain will be exempt from Labor's new rules governing weapons' manufacturing and sales. Binoy Kampmark reports.