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Theory & History
Refugees vow to “protest until we gain our freedom”
Over the last 10 days, hundreds of asylum seekers in Manus Island detention centre have...
In the US, a new generation of Black activists is rising
The struggles against police murders of African Americans (mainly men) have spread nationally...
Australia’s war business
Australia has spent $15 billion on overseas military operations since 1999, according to recent...
‘They’re still killing us’: Black deaths in custody
Eddie Murray was snatched off the main street of Wee Waa, a small cotton-growing town in north-...
Invasion is nothing to celebrate
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UNIONS & WORKERS
Another year, another review
Bosses sharpening the axe for penalty rates
Otis workers win
Melbourne train drivers force safety measures
Labour organiser murdered in the Philippines
Freedom summit calls for action on Invasion Day
Goal for Palestine!
Putting Palestine on football’s world map
Science in aid of evil
Stations boarded up as Newcastle train comes to a halt
LABOR & GREENS
Put Liberals last, but don’t expect much from Labor in Queensland
Deeply unpopular Queensland premier Campbell Newman has called a state election on 31 January. Just three years after the Liberal National Party swept to power in a historic landslide, not only...
Law and order agenda the big winner out of Sydney siege
In the wake of the Sydney siege a law and order campaign with broad support is well under way, some of it in the guise of concern about violence against women. Man Haron Monis was on bail...
Community services swamped by demand, yet more cuts proposed
Government's mid-year outlook predicts more pain for workers
From siege to reaction
Students declare victory
A balance sheet of 15 months under Abbott
Students vs Liberals: 2014 in review
Prisons, the new public housing
What if the cops went on strike and nobody noticed?
Perhaps my most humiliating childhood memory was when, at age seven or eight, I decided to run away from home. The idea was to inflict crippling pain on my parents and force them to rethink...
The Labor left is all right
The value of Daniel Bensaïd
A comment on the Sydney siege
Institutional racism isn’t just an American problem
THEORY & HISTORY
Socialism makes sense
It’s sensible, anyone can understand it. It’s easy. You’re not an exploiter, so you can grasp it. It’s a good thing for you, find...
Australia's hidden history of World War I
When the guns fell silent for Christmas during WWI
The spark that lit the 1960s campus revolt
Red Flag’s summer suggestions
Charlie Hebdo and the hypocrisy of pencils
It was Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight who tipped me over the edge. To be fair, he wasn’t wholly responsible...
Winners and losers in the global oil crash
Greece approaches a turning point
Whose lives matter in New York City?
The Queen’s insulting Christmas message
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