Whistleblower

Whatever the outcome from the cross-party trip, there is some glimmer of hope, argues Binoy Kampmark.

A federal cross-party delegation for Julian Assange, including Nationals, independents, Greens, Labor and Liberals, leaves for the US later in September. Stephen Langford reports.

Protesters delivered another letter to the PM, demanding he work harder on securing the release of publisher Julian Assange. Stephen Langford reports.

We should be wary of any plea deal which makes Assange admit guilt, Binoy Kampmark argues, because it would be merely changing the prison warden.

A giant letter demanding Anthony Albanese push harder to have Julian Assange released from Belmarsh Prison was read out, outside the Prime Minister's electorate office. Stephen Langford reports.

Activists delivered a giant letter calling for Julian Assange to be freed to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s electorate office in Marrickville. Karen Hemming reports.

Daniel Ellsberg revealed last December that he had been the WikiLeaks “backup” for releasing the documents that were eventually published in 2010. Binoy Kampmark reports on his conversion to whistleblower and support for Julian Assange.

Whistleblower David McBride and John Shipton, father of jailed journalist Julian Assange, called for his immediate release from Britain’s Belmarsh prison. Renfrey Clarke reports.

A protest is being planned when United States President Joe Biden arrives for the Quad summit on May 24. Karri Bramble reports.

As with all matters regarding United States policy, Australia will, if not agree outright with Washington, adopt a non-committal position — “quiet diplomacy”. Binoy Kampmark reports.

Oliver Schulz's charge relates to the shooting death of Afghan man Dad Mohammad during an ADF raid.

In a significant development in justice and accountability, the first soldier to face war crimes charges for their alleged actions in Afghanistan is set to face court. Pip Hinman reports.

Events marking the 20th anniversary of the illegal invasion of Iraq were organised across Australia, with calls to scrap AUKUS and free Julian Assange. Jacob Andrewartha reports.