Joel Jenkins

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‘War is peace’: What does AUKUS get us into, and why?
The Labor national conference has a deep historic legacy, having shaped some of our young nation’s most consequential policy decisions.
The Fordham Effect
In its year-and-a-bit of government, after a decade of playing the small target in Opposition, senior members of the Australian
The first glimpses of Albo’s arrogance
Australians talk about the property market. Incessantly. So much so it is a cliché. If you’re under 40, the housing crisis has been part of your BBQ conversation a fair bit longer than this newly minted government has existed
It’s their ABC
The ABC has lost its way. On the most recent Insiders program on our ABC, Greens MP Max Chandler-Mather is
The AUKUS truth: bipartisan defence policy sells short Australian sovereignty
The government rammed home the latest Defence Strategic Review (DSR) on the eve of ANZAC day, when we honour the
Robodebt’s architects suffer temporary embarrassment, its victims are gone forever
Reporting from the depressing final days of a national shame
The Robodebt Royal Commission has exposed the depth of Canberra’s rot
Politicians, public servants, lawyers, and journalists were all complicit
Arresting climate protesters at the end of the world
Australia continues to hasten our climate demise with authoritarian overreach
Australia’s cowardice on Julian Assange must end
It may be difficult for Australia to demand the release of Julian Assange, but it is necessary to ensure we can remain the country we want to think we are
Bullets, bombs, and a Ukrainian family’s 1700km journey to safety
Half a day down the road, as they escaped on snowy backroads, the city behind became surrounded