Tag: multiculturalism

On the Christchurch Massacre

Everything about this massacre appears to have been dedicated to one end: to create an act that was irreducibly political, one in which the ends were not consumed by the ghastly, nihilistic means.

Hanson, Howard and the Politics of Exhaustion

Editorial

Stones and Bones

Before the echo of the London bombs had even begun to die away, local pundits had a suspect in their sights, and a headshot-to-kill policy in their minds for multiculturalism. Pamela Bone was one of the first to suggest that this might be a warning sign that we have gone too far. Might it be […]

Federation and All That

Guy Rundle Nation-Building In A Post-National Culture

Dislocations – Salman Rushdie and Fiji

John Hinkson