Issue #2101

The Guardian • Issue #2101 • June 3, 2024

March for Gaza, Washington DC, 2024. Issue #2101

Israeli war crimes

Two events have damned Israel’s genocidal campaign and further exposed the criminal role of the United States in supporting the slaughter in Gaza. The decision...

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EDITORIAL

Opposition leader Peter Dutton is sticking by nuclear energy for Australia as though it’s a real policy. The idea has been described as “idiotic”, as...

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No to Washington’s hypocrisy and misinformation

The Communist Party of Australia condemns in the strongest possible terms Washington’s latest campaign of hypocrisy and contradictory misinformation. On 15 May 2024 US Secretary...

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People’s budget – Working class solutions

The 2024-25 Budget threw crumbs to workers, their families, the unemployed, and the environment while lining the pockets of fossil fuel corporations and the military-industrial...

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ANU Student Encampment Issue #2101

ANU Student Encampment update

The Guardian interviewed Pip from the encampment at Australian National University. G: How’s ANU treating the encampment? P: The ANU has continued to fail to...

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DINGO

Following on from last week’s target of US wars of aggression and intervention beginning from the end of WW2, Italy, this week, Greece 1947-49: The...

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Queensland Housing Commission flats, Kangaroo Point, 1965. Issue #2101

Rental complaints in Queensland

At present Queensland renters must give at least two months’ prior notice, or at least four weeks’ prior notice to for rooming accommodation. Rent increases...

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Sorry Day

Sunday 26 May 2024 marks seven years since the Uluru Statement from the Heart was issued by First Nations Peoples “from all points of the...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2101

PEACE NOTES

Australian universities are deeply involved in military research and development. Western Sydney University, the University of Wollongong, University of Technology Sydney, and the University of...

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South China Sea being stirred by USA - cartoon Issue #2101

Taiwan, separatism, and military drills: the propaganda war intensifies

Recently media has been abuzz  about Chinese military drills around Taiwan. The focus of the news has been on the alleged dangers posed by China...

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Keir Starmer Issue #2101

Starmer is a socialist but …

There are more countries in the world than the UK, the USA, and Australia, and yet we can’t help noticing parallels between the UK and...

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Global briefs Issue #2101

GLOBAL BRIEFS

WALES: Welsh unions have launched a campaign to remove profit from the social care system. Unison Cymru noted the Scottish experience with a “national care...

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Quill and ink . Issue #2101

LETTERS

Brutal, not unavoidable Dear Editor, Rupert Murdoch’s Adelaide Advertiser pats itself on the back. It boasts on the front page that it “sets the agenda...

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Bernardo Arévalo (centre) 2024 presidential inauguration in Guatemala. Issue #2101

Guatemala: can Arévalo improve human rights and corruption issues?

Recent human rights reports on Guatemala show a worrying trend in corruption and violence, despite the Movimiento Semilla (Seed Movement) government’s anti-corruption platform. An Amnesty...

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Half the Sky column logo Issue #2101

HALF THE SKY

Australia is facing a major crisis in domestic and family violence, and it is women and children who are paying a high price. Leaving an...

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Children playing with turtles Tiputini River, Ecuador. Issue #2101

Australian companies exploit Ecuador’s Indigenous Lands

By 2022 Australian companies produced 40 per cent of the world’s metal resources, including South America’s. Between 2016 and 2017 Ecuador opened up a third...

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