Archive: Against the Current

Paris, and the Caliphate, by Maher Mughrabi

From the ruins of the furnished apartment...

Genocide in Myanmar? by Grazyna Zajdow

The plight of the Rohingya

The Real Cost of Closing Remote Communities, by Brian F. Codding, Douglas W. Bird and Rebecca Bliege Bird

Doing the sums on the contribution made by traditional Aboriginal economies

University Deregulation, by Nick Riemer

Public higher education needs defenders made of sterner stuff

Junk Food, by Paul Biegler

A hands-off approach to regulation means more child obesity

Servitude for Students by John Holmwood

The moral crisis at the heart of the neoliberal university

Ukraine, by Damien Kingsbury

Russian memory and Putin's larger game

Spying on Timor-Leste by Damien Kingsbury

It will take some months to play out, but Australia is finally before an international tribunal to determine whether or not it has acted legally over the division of the Timor Sea with Timor-Leste. At stake is the territorial boundary between Australia and Timor-Leste and, therefore, control of tens of billions of dollars’ worth of oil and gas resources.

Alcohol Markets and Violence

28 Feb 2014

by Grazyna Zajdow

Naming Rights: DSM 5 by Mark Furlong

The latest edition of psychiatry’s diagnostic bible is set to break up the field

Vote Climate by Jane Morton

Grassroots campaigning for the planet as the election hots up

Mining Universities by Kristen Lyons and Carol Richards

Research in today's mining-funded tertiary sector