Just in time for the Helinski summit, a wave of anti-Russian sentiment has made it to the front pages. It’s as obvious as it is lazy.
Expectations might be high, but the probability of anything coming out of the Trump/Putin talks are low. Here’s why.
A rather loud invasion of a foreign, a continuation of behaviour and a psychic pig headline #Auspol’s nonsense this week. So, who won?
Throughout the entire Sarah Hanson-Young discussion, two voices were missing. Mr Turnbull, Mr Shorten, your silence against women was noted.
I recently travelled to the West Bank for the first time, a trip that showed the shared and divided ground between Palestinians and Jews.
The viral videos depicting Iranian women dancing in the street in defiance of their government is propaganda, it just looks different.
Nauru has decided to muzzle the press from reporting what it sees, but the only thing that Malcolm Turnbull can offer is regret. Try harder, Mal.
In their efforts to oust the Coalition, the left voters have adopted a holier than thou attitude. Leave your questions at the door.
With David Leyonhjelm refusing the apologise for his comments regarding Sarah Hanson-Young, I suggest the Senate needs to step in.
This week, Malcolm Turnbull railed against an ALP attack that claimed his tax breaks will help himself, claiming that he earned everything he has. History points the opposite to be true.
Things might be quickly falling apart for Bill Shorten, as one gaffe this week has promoted an internal question to be asked: Should we kill Bill?
The meteoric rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has proved many things, and many wrong. But she primarily shows that democracy is alive and well in America. All you need is someone like her.
Yesterday, Malcolm Turnbull said that we’d be using coal-fired power forever. The booming Queensland renewables push instantly fossilises that comment.
Over the weekend, Peter Dutton congratulated himself over his stringent border policy. What he was really saying, was something else.
In an effort to remove Peter Dutton from the conversation, one lobby group has renewed their war against his electorate. We spoke to the minds behind it.
In the afterglow of the talks with North Korea, should we expect a more sensible future? Oddly, the answer might be yes.
We have a problem with the answers our politicians give. They’re invariably incorrect. But, no matter, I’ve fixed it.
On Monday, Bill Shorten was roasted after not promising to end offshore detention. He’s the saviour by default – and I’m not sure the halo is realistic.
Yesterday, Barnaby lost the plot, evoking privacy right while forgetting that he spent last week reducing the privacy of others. He’s truly reached a Fonzie level of desperation.
Next week, Donald Trump will meet Kim Jong-un in Singapore. Fortunately, Dennis Rodman will be present to ensure that peace reigns. Yes, this is where we’re at.
Our relationship with China is as important as it is shaky. However, mending fences with our neighbours is easier than you think.