Sub-Imperial Power: Australia in the International Arena
Fernandes explains Australia’s transference of subservience from the United Kingdom to the United States of America since World War II. His lucid explanation reveals that...
Stalin: History and Critique of a Black Legend
Historian Isaac Deutscher described Stalin as a “huge, grim, whimsical, morbid, human monster,” reflecting a widespread, if simplistic view. However, this view becomes perplexing when...
‘Endless Holocausts: US Imperialism as the Highest Stage of Capitalism’ by David M Smith
Endless Holocausts: Mass Death in the History of the United States Empire by David M Smith is an encyclopaedic overview of the atrocities and the...
Angela Y. Davis – ‘Are Prisons Obsolete?’ revisited
In 1969 Dr Angela Y. Davis was fired from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for being a member of the Communist Party USA...
‘1000 Days of Revolution’
Following the violent coup d’état in Chile on 11th September 1973, members of the Communist Party of Chile (CPC) escaped and later wrote on the...
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Time to Listen: An Indigenous Voice to Parliament
A new book explores the need for the Voice, and the background of the ‘great Australian silence.’ Monash University researchers, Professor Melissa Castan and Professor...
‘The Fate of Food’ by Amanda Little
Is new technology the solution to feeding the world? In The Fate of Food: What We’ll Eat in a Bigger, Hotter, Smarter World Amanda Little...
Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Australian Birds
Since the 1940s Australia has seen some dramatic climatic changes, such as changes in temperature, rainfall, CO₂ concentration and Ocean dynamics, with extreme events –...
The Echidna Strategy: Australiaís Search for Power and Peace
Sam Roggeveen is Director of the conservative Lowy Institute’s International Security Program, and used to work for the Office of National Assessments, Australia’s peak intelligence...
Fighting with America
In September 1951, during the Korean War, Australia and New Zealand, signed the ANZUS treaty. In Fighting with America James Curran, Professor of History at...
Neither Confirm nor Deny – How the Glomar Mission Shielded the CIA from Transparency
In the 1970s scientific journals such as Scientific American had numerous articles on the mineral bonanza being recovered from the deep ocean floors. In 1975...