Profits_of_doom_cover_350Vulture capitalism has seen the corporation become more powerful than the state, and yet its work is often done by stealth, supported by political and media elites. The result is privatised wars and outsourced detention centres, mining companies pillaging precious land in developing countries and struggling nations invaded by NGOs and the corporate dollar. Best-selling journalist Antony Loewenstein travels to Afghanistan, Pakistan, Haiti, Papua New Guinea and across Australia to witness the reality of this largely hidden world of privatised detention centres, outsourced aid, destructive resource wars and militarized private security. Who is involved and why? Can it be stopped? What are the alternatives in a globalised world? Profits of Doom, published in 2013 and released in an updated edition in 2014, challenges the fundamentals of our unsustainable way of life and the money-making imperatives driving it. It is released in an updated edition in 2014.
forgodssakecover Four Australian thinkers come together to ask and answer the big questions, such as: What is the nature of the universe? Doesn't religion cause most of the conflict in the world? And Where do we find hope?   We are introduced to different belief systems – Judaism, Christianity, Islam – and to the argument that atheism, like organised religion, has its own compelling logic. And we gain insight into the life events that led each author to their current position.   Jane Caro flirted briefly with spiritual belief, inspired by 19th century literary heroines such as Elizabeth Gaskell and the Bronte sisters. Antony Loewenstein is proudly culturally, yet unconventionally, Jewish. Simon Smart is firmly and resolutely a Christian, but one who has had some of his most profound spiritual moments while surfing. Rachel Woodlock grew up in the alternative embrace of Baha'i belief but became entranced by its older parent religion, Islam.   Provocative, informative and passionately argued, For God's Sakepublished in 2013, encourages us to accept religious differences, but to also challenge more vigorously the beliefs that create discord.  
After Zionism, published in 2012 and 2013 with co-editor Ahmed Moor, brings together some of the world s leading thinkers on the Middle East question to dissect the century-long conflict between Zionism and the Palestinians, and to explore possible forms of a one-state solution. Time has run out for the two-state solution because of the unending and permanent Jewish colonization of Palestinian land. Although deep mistrust exists on both sides of the conflict, growing numbers of Palestinians and Israelis, Jews and Arabs are working together to forge a different, unified future. Progressive and realist ideas are at last gaining a foothold in the discourse, while those influenced by the colonial era have been discredited or abandoned. Whatever the political solution may be, Palestinian and Israeli lives are intertwined, enmeshed, irrevocably. This daring and timely collection includes essays by Omar Barghouti, Jonathan Cook, Joseph Dana, Jeremiah Haber, Jeff Halper, Ghada Karmi, Antony Loewenstein, Saree Makdisi, John Mearsheimer, Ahmed Moor, Ilan Pappe, Sara Roy and Phil Weiss.
The 2008 financial crisis opened the door for a bold, progressive social movement. But despite widespread revulsion at economic inequity and political opportunism, after the crash very little has changed. Has the Left failed? What agenda should progressives pursue? And what alternatives do they dare to imagine? Left Turn, published by Melbourne University Press in 2012 and co-edited with Jeff Sparrow, is aimed at the many Australians disillusioned with the political process. It includes passionate and challenging contributions by a diverse range of writers, thinkers and politicians, from Larissa Berendht and Christos Tsiolkas to Guy Rundle and Lee Rhiannon. These essays offer perspectives largely excluded from the mainstream. They offer possibilities for resistance and for a renewed struggle for change.
The Blogging Revolution, released by Melbourne University Press in 2008, is a colourful and revelatory account of bloggers around the globe why live and write under repressive regimes - many of them risking their lives in doing so. Antony Loewenstein's travels take him to private parties in Iran and Egypt, internet cafes in Saudi Arabia and Damascus, to the homes of Cuban dissidents and into newspaper offices in Beijing, where he discovers the ways in which the internet is threatening the ruld of governments. Through first-hand investigations, he reveals the complicity of Western multinationals in assisting the restriction of information in these countries and how bloggers are leading the charge for change. The blogging revolution is a superb examination about the nature of repression in the twenty-first century and the power of brave individuals to overcome it. It was released in an updated edition in 2011, post the Arab revolutions, and an updated Indian print version in 2011.
The best-selling book on the Israel/Palestine conflict, My Israel Question - on Jewish identity, the Zionist lobby, reporting from Palestine and future Middle East directions - was released by Melbourne University Press in 2006. A new, updated edition was released in 2007 (and reprinted again in 2008). The book was short-listed for the 2007 NSW Premier's Literary Award. Another fully updated, third edition was published in 2009. It was released in all e-book formats in 2011. An updated and translated edition was published in Arabic in 2012.

Articles

ABC Religion

2013 Unquestioning aid is worst kind of support for the world (October 16) How do we know right from wrong (October 2)  

ABC The Drum

2014 A truly free society would support and not silence BDS (March 13) 2012 Why boycotting Israeli academia is necessary and principled (December 18) My 2012 PEN Free Voices lecture on free speech and why it matters (June 28) 2011 CHOGM perfect place to hold Sri Lankan war criminals to account (October 12) Palestine statehood bid signals long struggle ahead for equal rights (September 27) 9/11 legacy is an Israeli/American catastrophe (September 13) The West has much to learn post Bin Laden death (May 5) What Wikileaks Gitmo files says about our Western “values” (April 28) Hypocrisy trumps policy in Western alliance with Libya (March 3) A little taste of what kind of democracy Egypt deserves (February 11) 2010 Wikileaks exposes the bromance between journalists and politics (December 10) Where’s the media guts over Wikileaks? (December 2) A one-eyed view of Sri Lanka (October 22) Roll up for another few decades of settlement expansion in Palestine (October 1) American led show a Middle East no go (September 9) Australian “green” company linked to Israel’s occupation in Palestine (June 16) Secrets and lies between friends over Mossad murder (March 1) Searching for China (January 14) 2009 Analysis must not be a war casualty (December 9) 2008 Israel no victim (December 31) The end of Israel as a Jewish state? (November 7) Let the patriot games begin (August 15) An insignificant Iraq withdrawal (June 3) Is Iran next? (May 8 ) In bed with Mugabe (April 28) Spot the news story (April 10) A non-existent Iraq (March 3) Burqas, blogs and bombs (March 26) www.censorship.com (March 19) Why I won't be celebrating 60 years of Israel (March 13)

Adbusters

2009 The eternal victim (January 26)

Al Akhbar English

2012 Israeli racism and inequality in its DNA (27 July) America’s drone war is both counter-productive and brutal (14 June) War business in Afghanistan (25 April) Private militias polluting Pakistan (16 April) 2011 Israel’s growing anti-democratic tide deepens (21 December)

Al Masry Alyoum

2010 Gandhi would have been proud over Gaza march (January 5)

Amnesty International Australia

2008 Engaging, not hectoring, China (August 6) Confusion through the Beijing smog (July 30) How not to help the Chinese, part 9 (July 23) The Beijing countdown continues (July 16) Rise of human rights consciousness (July 8 ) China is not a one-sided story (July 2) Democracy is not a foreign word (June 25) Dissent with a Chinese face (June 18 ) The disaster that opened the door (June 11) Free speech, Beijing-style (June 4) Trouble in the Communist “paradise” (May 28 ) Earthquakes, Twitter and compassion (May 21) Growth + power = abuse? (May 14) Reflections on China (May 7) Human rights, boycotts and nationalism (April 30) Tibet, Zimbabwe and loving China (April 24) Smog, Rudd and Hu Jia (April 16) The torch, boycotts and Tibet (April 9) Net censorship: the basics (April 1) Towards Beijing: March 2008 update (April 1)

BBC World Service

2010 Iran did not have a Twitter revolution (March)

Counterpunch

2006 My Israel Question (September 13) Spinning us to war with Iran (March 1) 2005 When the truth comes to town (September 27)

Courier Mail

2009 Not all Jews agree with Israel's Gaza action (January 14) 2006 Immoral stain exposed (August 7)

Crikey

2012 Private military and intelligence still alive and well in Afghanistan (20 April) Pakistan: private security is a state within a state (13 April) Civil strife serious possibility in PNG due to vulture capitalism (16 February) What the resource curse is doing to Bougainville in Papua New Guinea (10 February) 2011 Supporting BDS and Palestinian rights as a Jew (13 December) Serco-run prison on isolated Australian island (1 December) What Australia is doing to refugees in the middle of the steamy desert (30 November) Woodside in the Kimberley; Exploitation Inc (29 November) Strange bedfellows: new nexus between Israel and far Right (25 October) Contracting in Afghanistan is turning that country into a deformed beast (6 September) Where are the Arab voices in Aussie BDS debate? (15 April) Australian Greens candidate faces abuse and lies over backing Israel sanction (17 March) Warning, NSW: companies like Serco aren’t your real friends (14 March) Villawood: asbestos still present despite government claims (23 February) Villawood guards blow whistle on abuses at detention centre (22 February) Habib: my torture at hands of Egypt’s new de facto leader (11 February) Israel doesn’t believe in Egyptian democracy (8 February) 2010 Australian troops involved in covert and deadly operations for the US (22 November) Australian unions, Paul Howes, BDS and loving Israel (11 November) No transparency in Serco dealings with contractors (2 November) Paper trail of Serco’s detention centre millions raises accountability questions (1 November) Private contractor Serco escapes scrutiny in the detention debate (22 September) Departing ALP member tells of deep Zionist influence in party (10 August) Australia is increasingly owned by somebody else (29 July) Leading IDF lawyer explains how Israel justifies its action (23 June) Overland branded biased by Jewish academics (14 May) It’s a good time to be in the detention centre business. Just ask Serco (5 May) Tamils vote for independence — and will vote against Labor (22 April) Christmas Island ‘pressure cooker’ could explode after UN review (22 March) Australia rolls out the welcome mat for war criminal retirees (1 February) GFM claims success in flying the flag for Gaza (11 January) 2009 Rudd helps the Middle East story remain one sided (4 December) Israel lobby funds another media tour. Read all about it (18 November) Times changing rapidly in the Middle East (10 November) J Street pushing a policy that leads to disappointment (30 November) The Jewish background of Aceh (26 October) Aceh: the only Jew in the village (20 October) Saree Makdisi: Obama won’t solve the Middle East crisis (September 24) One state, two state…who cares so long as there’s a solution? (September 8) Survey puts Israel and Zionism under scrutiny (September 1) Reaction to Pilger award reveals Zionist lobby’s fear of dissent (August 26) Letter from Gaza: Keep off the grass (July 31) Gaza: flattened, occupied, sick and rootless (July 28) My evening with the New York Times (June 25) Australian government out of step with public opinion on Israel/Palestine (June 18) Palestine, Israel and freedom of speech: striking at the heart of liberal democracies (May 18) The peace activist the Jewish News rejects (March 12) Gaza bloggers report from the ground (January 6) 2008 President Bush’s legacy of torture will outlive him (December 9) What Iranian bloggers are saying about the US election (October 3) The dangers of blogging for democracy (July 3) Rudd government reignites campaign against Iranian president (May 15) Israel’s 60th birthday - what the media left out (May 8 ) Our "passionately pro Israel" PM throws compassion out the window (March 13) The Orwellian censorship of Wikileaks (February 20) 2007 Neo-con Ledeen praises Howard as “arguably the greatest Western leader of the past decade” (November 28) Ali Allawi: The attempt to refashion Iraq was doomed (November 6) Courting the Jewish vote (October 25) Howard and Rudd show their love for Israel (October 2) Local Jewish leaders warn off Labor’s "anti-Israel ratbags" (September 21) Marrickville meets Bethlehem, controversy erupts (August 29) Postcard from Iran (June 20) When is a Jew not an intolerant Zionist militarist? (March 6) The debate The Oz doesn’t want to have (January 31) Will Iran be the new Iraq? (January 25) The Middle Eastern equivalent of WWII? (January 9) 2006 Out for Christmas: the US military's 282-page Counterinsurgency Manual (December 19) Israel nuke slip no surprise, but what about Iran? (December 14) The Iranian Holocaust Conference attracts the usual cranks (December 13) Usual suspects come out against "biased" Middle East simulations (December 11) China’s strength as a one-party state a danger to world (December 4) The danger of pretending to be Arab or Israeli (December 1) Iraq's civil war and the American response (November 30) The journalist, the spy and Vladimir Putin (November 29) Mud-slinging moratorium for NSW politicians' big night out (November 23) War and media bias in the UK (November 17) Al-Jazeera International revolution set to launch (November 14) Love-in for Robert Hughes at launch (November 6) West Papuan independence is achievable (November 1) Iraqi bloggers: letters from the inside (October 27) Can Labor win in 2007? (October 26) Under-resourced journos = under-sourced journalism (October 20) Anna Politkovskaya’s legacy (October 19) The truth about peace in the Middle East (October 10) The world mourns Anna Politkovskaya (October 9) Was the Heathrow terror "plot" a political concoction? (October 3) Edgar and Adams talk up a storm about TV (September 29) The values debate we don't have to have (September 27) Time for the media to offer the unvarnished truth (September 22) The real role of the writer: to cause offence, stir and provoke (September 18) Are the media "poisoning the well of public life"? (September 14) Young Labor Left discuss the Middle East with party's older heads (September 11) John Howard: the sanest man in the Lodge since Menzies? (September 6) The unreality of Greg Sheridan (September 4) Mark Steyn and the conservatives - a night to remember (August 16) The truth about the pro-Israel lobby's influence (July 31) What's Israel's real agenda? (July 17) Australian media wimps out on Middle East balance (April 20) Spielberg's timely plea for understanding (January 31) 2005 Israel: Loewenstein vs Danby (August 26)

Dawn

2008 The policy on Israel (December 23)

Eureka Street

2010 Churches standing up to 'pro-Israel' politicians (3 September)

Green Left Weekly

2010 A writer loathed by the Zionist establishment (30 May)

Haaretz

2009 Why aren't Jews outraged by Israeli occupation? (June 17) 2008 The hardest word (February 19) 2007 His Israel Question (April 15)

Harvard University

2008 Going online in repressive regimes (November 26) The Shifting Sands of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: An Australian Perspective (November 25)

Huffington Post

2010 Israel’s Dubai hit continues the country’s moral decline (14 March) When Barack Obama goes Down Under (11 March) 2009 Dispatch from J Street (30 October) Life in Aceh, Indonesia (21 October)

Kill Your Darlings

2010 Moving forward? Australia’s relationship with Israel is dire

Mondoweiss

2012 On tour: imagining “After Zionism” in Israel and Palestine (24 August) 2010 Israel supporters using Wikileaks to promote attack on Iran are ignoring Arab public opinion (6 December) Meeting Alan Derhshowitz in Sydney (October 3) Aslan says 2-state solution is dead, and Indyk calls him a liar (July 24) 2009 What it means to advocate the ‘Sri Lanka model’ for Israel/Palestine (December 10) Stories from Gaza (July 30) Hope lives in Gaza despite siege, desperation and anger (July 26) Cruel but necessary: Israeli opinions about the settlements and Obama (July 22) In Bethlehem, students are warehoused behind the wall (July 20) While the US and Israel spar over settlements, Israel continues ethnic cleansing in Jerusalem (July 19) A day in the West Bank shows ‘the soldiers are settlers but in uniform. They both symbolize the occupation' (July 19) Dirty couches, dogs without water, synagogue seats, and teenage boys with light mustaches (Loewenstein visits an outpost) (July 13) Loewenstein: Looking for God in a West Bank colony, Jews shoot me death stares (July 11) Why would anyone who can get along with Arabs want to exalt the two-state solution? (July 2) Israel’s beach in Central Park brings frenzy and protest (June 22) When it comes to Obama's Cairo speech, what matters are actions, not fine words (June 4) Salute to Israel 2009 (June 2) Loewenstein: Jews are getting the image of being afraid of debate (March 31) 2007 Antony Loewenstein, on racism and 'Jewish-born' critics of Zionism (April 24)

New Internationalist

2014 Detention centre owners making a killing (January)

New Matilda

2014 On anti-Semitism, BDS, Palestine and justice (13 March) 2013 Why the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is undemocratic (15 November) Why Bradley Manning trial should inspire journalists and citizens to rebel (1 August) "A state of perpetual war" (22 May) Prisoner x scandal should be wake-up call for myopic Zionist establishment (18 February) 2012 Haiti is disaster capitalism ground zero (28 September) Australian Zionist lobby keen to brain-wash young student leaders in Israel (16 August) False lure of mining riches in Papua New Guinea (12 March) 2011 Exclusive: Serco hires untrained guards in Australia (November 9) Exclusive: no audit requirement for Serco in Australia (November 9) Exclusive: Australian government contract with Serco revealed (November 9) BDS isn’t akin to Nazi Germany and damn those who say so (August 25) Obama’s Middle East words as empty as air (May 25) On Murdoch smearing, the Greens and truth in the Middle East (April 4) The Greens, Palestine and defending BDS during NSW election (March 30) 2010 Israel's Choice Is Clear (June 1) The Jewish Diaspora Is Turning On Israel (March 31) Violence is a means and an end: an interview with Mark Danner (March 2) Getting Into Gaza (January 13) 2009 Is Washington's Peace Process Over? (November 13) Introducing…Miss Aceh (October 21) Can Fayyad Make A Difference? (September 25) Gaza Blockade Is Great For Al Qaeda (August 26) The View From Gaza (August 3) These are not the conditions for peace (July 16) 'If You Don't Agree With Us You're Antisemitic' (July 7) Where To Now For Jewish America? (June 24) Fear In The Lobby (May 12) Israel To Bomb Iran? Don't Believe The Hype (April 22) Time Is Running Out For Israel To Adapt (March 31) Stay Home Hillary, If That's All You Got (March 9) An Israel Of The Mind (February 19) Gaza: Where To From Here? (January 28) Israel, You've Gone Too Far (January 9) 2008 Obama: New Neo-Con? (December 4) So Now What? (November 12) Political Vaudeville (October 23) Besieged From the Inside? (September 29) Blogging Their Way to Freedom (September 4) Vote 1: Militant Zionism (August 12) Telling it Like it Isn't (July 22) Battle of the Brainwashed (July 3) No Such Thing as Humanitarian Intervention (June 10) Weapons of Mass Instruction (May 21) A family affair (April 29) We must engage Hamas (April 7) Iraq five years on (March 20) URL not available (February 26) An accidental war (February 6) Democracy is poison to Arabs (January 18) 2007 Not negotiable (December 10) The forgotten war (November 21) Iran: The Rudd delusion (October 30) Life (and death) above the law (October 9) Self-hate or glasnost? (September 18) A terror for our time (August 22) What was Blair up to? (August 8 ) Kingdom of contrasts (July 11) The hidden story (June 20) Democracy rising (June 6) Paradise Lost (May 7) The essential Al Jazeera (April 11) A New Voice for Australian Jews (March 21) Blogging and Islam (February 28) Independent Jewish voices (February 7) The Great Turnaround (January 17) 2006 That Old 'Saigon Feeling' (December 6) What Other Voices? (November 16) Figures Don't Lie (October 25) Silence is Complicity (October 4) Who are the Terrorists? (September 13) Questioning Israel (August 16) Who Decides What's Fit to Print? (July 19) Empire Unlimited (June 28) Citizen Journalists Arise! (June 7) Drug Companies on Trial (May 17) Who's Watching the Media? (April 26) The Roadmap to Nowhere April 5) Israel's Hidden Shame (March 15) Next Stop, Iran (March 1) A New Dawn in the Middle East? (February 15) Osama's Book Club (February 1) Ariel Sharon's War (January 18) 2005 A future for Israel/Palestine? (December 21) The revolution will not be televised (December 7) Toeing the line on terror (November 23) The New York Times, the CIA and Iraq (November 2) Fisk in Australia (October 19) Keeping us in the dark (October 5) Fear works (September 21) Manne overboard (September 7) The mother of all smokescreens (August 17) Our media asleep at the wheel (July 20) Democracy for our friends and dependence for our enemies (July 6) Israel's bleak future (June 22)

New Statesman

2009 Shoulder to shoulder with the Strip (17 December)

New Zealand Herald

2010 West complicit in Israeli 'terror and oppression' (2 June)

Online Opinion

2011 Questions about Australian union support for Palestine a smokescreen (20 July) Israel should be given the South African treatment (1 March) Wikileaks: Not All Leaks Are Created Equal (11 February) 2010 Green New World? (12 August)

Overland

2011 Supporting Overland and indy media (3 November) On literary boycotts, Palestine, Sri Lanka and the politics of dissent (Winter 2011) Palestine’s Gandhi: Omar Barghouti, BDS and international law (31 May) 2010 The greatest irony of the Western policy Overland 200 and the state of the Left 2009 The state of the peace process in 2009 2008 The Resource Wars

Sydney Ideas Quarterly

2009 Stranger than fiction The truth warrior

Sydney Morning Herald

2014 Making a killing from climate change (19 April) 2013 Challenging US-led Dirty Wars (31 August) 2012 What the MSM isn’t telling us about the war in Afghanistan (10 March) 2011 Ignore the world’s warming and pay a heavy price (10 December) The silent horrors of Sri Lanka still resonate (17 September) What US occupation looks like on the ground (30 July) The Net Delusion is alive and well (June 4) 2010 Western politicians prefer to ignore Israel’s inherent racism (October 28) Hungry for a kinder regime (October 16) Disaster capitalism envelops us all (October 1) How to report on a descent into African hell (July 3) Why internet censorship is a fool's game (May 13) Gaza's suffering is Israel's shame (January 6) 2009 Truth proves elusive in a confusing trouble spot (September 12) 2008 The victim recalls a war crime (November 29) 2007 Beyond the green zone (December 15) Denounced, but Jewish dissent grows (February 6) Bloggers of the world, unite (January 20) 2006 How to spot a liar (March 18) 2004 Conflicts of interest (October 30) Clicking with voters (October 9) Burning Down My Masters' House (May 1) Simpson and his insane donkeys (January 24) 2003 In the line of fire (December 9) Why the War Was Wrong (December 6) The blogs of war (October 21) Defiant Israel blind to what it has become (July 3)

Sydney PEN

2009 Challenging the notions of reporting in the modern age (June) 2008 Media monitors (November)

Sydney Sun-Herald

2012 Since when did Australia protect its future through mining interests? (1 April) 2011 Getting inside the head of Julian Assange (20 November) A blinkered view of the war on terrorism (16 October) A man out to save young, innocent lives in Asia (2 October) This is Australia's past and future? (August 28) Australia’s future is not ignoring human rights in the region (August 21) When politicians and journalists dance incestuously (August 7) 2010 How Wikileaks has opened our eyes to the world (April 10) David Hicks shows us what we became after 9/11 (December 19) Mental health cure isn’t available with a pill (September 26) Underbelly of Japan (February 28) 2009 Right’s new radicals (November 22) 2008 How occupation has corrupted Israel's soul (March 30) 2007 Provocative president points finger at Israel (March 18) 2006 51st state? (October 1) Mourning for a morally compromised US (August 6) 2005 What makes a human bomb tick (September 11) Refugees' fate beyond the wire (August 14) Call to arms could signal calamity (June 12) Oppressed in their own land (May 22) God Under Howard (February 20) In praise of Soeharto the despot (February 13) 2004 Questions for John Pilger (December 19) 'Democracy' at a terrible price (November 28) Herzl's Nightmare (September 26) A Certain Maritime Incident (August 29) War of words: how President Bush got it wrong (August 8 )

Tehelka

2011 What New Delhi can learn from Cairo (15 February)

The Age

2013 Private companies making a fortune from asylum seekers (3 August) 2010 Taking the measure of the heat in Gaza (6 August) Google's role highlights censors (27 March) 2009 America’s journey to a rogue state (January 10) 2008 Government uploads hypocrisy with internet censorship (November 10) New ways to make news matter (September 26) A celebration that ignores the plight of Palestine (May 8 ) Defeat: Why They Lost Iraq (April 19) Self-defence or brutal occupation? (March 31) 2007 No peace in Israel-Palestine (December 5) Ghost Plane (March 3) 2006 A country lost in its own region (November 10)

The Australian

2010 When chocolate isn’t just about eating and enjoying (December 18) 2009 Behind the evil (March 4) 2008 The calculating chameleon (September 6) The Blogging Revolution lands (August 23) 2007 Academics expand Israel lobby case (November) 2006 Room for all views (August 7) Deadly double standards sow terror (July 18) Don't let any lobby shut down debate (April 18)

The Australian Financial Review

2009 Israel must pay for crimes (January 30)

The Big Issue

2006 Continental Shift (June 5-20)

The Canberra Times

2010 Israel and apartheid South Africa were the best of friends (May 28) 2009 Drop rose-coloured views to lift Gaza peace hopes (September 9)

The Conversation

2013 What is vulture capitalism doing to our world? (13 August) 2012 A one-state solution is only way forward for Israel and Palestine (30 July)

The Daily Star

2009 Neither Sri Lanka nor Israel should have impunity in their 'wars on terror' (October 8)

The Guardian

2014 Defending the rights of whistle-blowers in our age (23 October) How Australia is importing Tea Party style politics (16 October) The burgeoning drone industry goes global (10 October) Beware all the instant Islamist experts (2 October) Australia’s role as dutiful US client state (23 September) Making a fortune in US from imprisoning immigrants (16 September) Political scandal in New Zealand offer lessons for the world (25 August) Why Jewish dissent over Israel signifies move away from tribalism (21 August) Why literary festivals matter (7 August) The mess in Libya is deep warning to “humanitarian interventionists” (31 July) The dark reality of Britain’s privatised immigration system (25 July) How the West has always backed brutal Sri Lanka (16 July) How the NSA wants total population control (11 July) What resistance looks like in austerity-captured Greece (2 July) The toxic Greek brew of racism, fascism and hatred of refugees (27 June) Listening to Iraqi voices when hearing about Iraq (20 June) Why do so many Australians embrace spying? (13 June) Israeli writer Ari Shavit on Palestine, occupation and BDS (11 June) How to reconcile black and white relations in Australia (4 June) How to consider identity, pride and country (27 May) Why there are growing corporate attacks on public broadcasting (21 May) Little scrutiny of mining companies in Greenland (15 May) Fighting the far-right is a duty for us all (6 May) We know too little about US drone attacks (29 April) Remembering historical and present war wrongs (23 April) Why we need to discuss unhealthy power of Zionist lobby part 44225 (15 April) On racism, how to tackle it and why the state often worsens it (2 April) Where are books and story-telling going? (27 March) Why progressives must fight and win the culture wars (19 March) Don’t trust Western media when reporting Russia/Ukraine (or most conflicts) (12 March) It’s time for Australia to face up to its dark military past and present (5 March) Should John Howard face a citizen’s arrest over Iraq war? (25 February) Dangers of corporate sponsorship for cultural and artistic events (12 February) Haiti’s economic model failing to help its people (6 February) Why it’s time for UN sanctions against Australia (20 January) Why the Wikileaks Party visit to Syria was so delusional (15 January) 2013 What robust journalism should look like in 2014 (27 December) Voices in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, oppose dirty mining (19 December) Beware the saviours of the new atheists (6 December) How US/Australia intelligence collusion rightly concerns Asia (27 November) David Hicks deserves justice, an apology and compensation (18 November) Why it should not be unlawful to offend a person because of their race (11 November) Why BDS must be supported for justice in the Middle East (7 November) Australia’s treatment of indigenous population akin to apartheid (1 November) Why tackling fossil fuel corporations is vital for the planet (25 October) Stop drinking the think-tank kool-aid (18 October) US mass surveillance in the Pacific (9 October) What asylum seekers are facing on the ground and why support is desperately needed (2 October) How I became a German citizen (while maintaining the Australian passport) (23 September) Where to now for the Australian Left? (12 September) Questioning an ever-increasing and corporatised aid budget (29 August) Direct call for whistle-blowers to reveal what state shamefully denies (22 August) War in Syria exposes Western hypocrisy (14 August) Q&A: Antony Loewenstein and Guardian readers debate vulture capitalism (5 August) Why Australia and the world needs to legalise and tax drugs (30 July) Australia’s behaviour towards Papua New Guinea akin to vulture capitalism (22 July) Transparency required in journalism yet sorely lacking today (15 July) Tony Abbott’s foreign policy would be as clueless as George W. Bush (4 July) How much does religion cause violence and war in the world? (July 2) Why Prism is important; we’re watching the watchers (June 18) How privatisation infects Australia (May 28) 2012 As two-state “solution” dies a necessary death, one-state in Palestine gains serious traction (September 26) 2008 Beating the western drum (September 15) Complicit in silence (February 8 ) 2007 The great firewall of China (July 24) Shifting sands (July 5) The public and the private (June 24) Blogging against Mubarak (June 11) Getting connected (May 21) Voices from Australia (March 9) Stand by your man (February 14)

The Hoopla

2014 My #MarchinMay speech to thousands in Sydney (19 May) 2013 How to fight mass privatisation one industry at a time (14 August)

The Nation

2009 Australia snubs Tamil refugees (December 14) Gaza in Conflict (August 6) 2008 Raging Against Rising Internet Repression (July 8 ) 2007 Kevin Rudd, Agent of Change? (November 27)

The National

2009 On the ground in Gaza, hopes for peace still flicker (27 August)

Tikkun

2011 We don't need Israel to feel secure (Winter) 2010 Debating Zionism’s boundaries (May/June)

Washington Post

2008 The web won't set us free (September 26) 2006 Australia's meddling in East Timor (September 27) Debunking the US/Australia alliance (September 5)

Webdiary

2004 Sleeping lies dogging the media over Iraq (June 23) al Jazeera awakens the Arab world (June 9) The latest casualty: Webdiary's interview with Phillip Knightley (May 23) Manana journalism after Jayson Blair (May 13) Joseph Wilson: the Webdiary interview (May 5) How America's media backs Bush's war (April 28) Mordechai Vanunu: the price of truth telling (April 26) Memo for a saner world (April 19) Tools to stop them engineering your consent (April 8 ) Dumped and stateless on Manus Island (April 1) The New York Times' role in promoting war on Iraq (March 23) 2003 More than two sides to Ashrawi fallout story (November 18) Real Sydney people meet Hanan Ashrawi (November 10) Ashrawi and Brandis: the great debate (November 6) The battle for minds (November 5) Love thy neighbour (October 29) The truth tramplers: Media war spin on trial (October 1) Abbott's slush fund zoo: the Western Australian connection (September 18) Who's who in Abbott's slush fund zoo (September 10) Heh, I'm more Australian than you (September 2) Bring on the real agendas (August 26) Capital punishment: Honest John goes all postmodern (August 18)