Interview on human rights abuses committed by Prabowo
The noted peace activist Fred Branfman passed away on September 24 after suffering the effects of ALS (Lou Gherig’s disease). In 2002, while researching the history of the Vietnam War, I came across Fred’s Voices from the Plain of Jars, in the Brandeis library and the book had an immediate effect on me.
If the president is serious about being clean, he should open his eyes to a more important red mark: the kind that comes from killing civilians, from justifying and committing state murder
The “Whitlam problem” was solved, and Australian politics never recovered, nor the nation its true independence.
Pacific Island leaders have recently stepped up their language, challenging the Australian government to stop delaying action on climate change
More than 300,000 marchers flooded the streets of New York on Sunday in the largest climate change march in history, vaulting the environmental threat to the top of the global agenda
During all the years I have been reporting and filming Indigenous Australia, one “need” has struck me as paramount. A treaty
An Australian mining company insists its “right” to a guaranteed profit is superior to the right of El Salvador to clean drinking water
Like many nations around the world, New Zealand over the last year has engaged in a serious and intense debate about government surveillance
Journalist Allan Nairn Threatened for Exposing Indonesian Pres. Candidate’s Role in Mass Killings