Yesterday, one Russian journalist who was reported dead mysteriously turned up alive. The reasons why such a stunt was pulled is another thing entirely.
We came, we saw, we almost conquered Eurovision. Sequined hats off to Dami Im for doing us proud, but congrats go to Ukraine. Spoiler Alert!
New TBS scribe Nicholas Harrington describes the current relation between the US and Russia, and how Putin’s political freedoms bring jealous ire from the West.
In Michael Burrill’s #CurrentAffairsWrap, IS violence rises in the most horrific way, while on home turf in OZ the #Libspill is impossible to ignore.
Beheadings, bombings, the budget emergency and boat people…Michael Burrill brings the news of the world to TBS in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap.
From the whistleblower to a bit of dog whistling to homegrown terrorists caught with all the bells and whistles, it’s just another weekly Current Affair Wrap from Michael Burrill.
What do the Middle East, Ukraine and Maurice Newman all have in common? They all figure in Michael Burrill’s current affairs wrap and they are all kind of interconnected. Kind of.
In the interest of rational coverage, Jacob Lynagh re-examines the reports of the Ukraine – Russian conflict, finding neither side may be entirely blameless.
From Lara Logan and her inaccurate reporting over Benghazi, to Republican Presidential nominee in-fighting, Richard Jackson drops his favourite reads of the fortnight…
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs wrap proves the old saying “Politicians everywhere but not a one I’d vote for”, with Vladimir Putin leading a field of many…
In his fortnightly wrap for TBS, Michael Burrill thanks AG George Brandis for the constant pearls of comedic wisdom he constantly, inadvertently spouts,
Alexandra Connor questions whether the Ukraine can remain a sovereign State or if the bloody chaos of recent months will tear it apart.