In a move that has earned praise from human rights activists, courts have struck down a law imposing a religious identity upon citizens of Indonesia. A…
The ongoing dual citizenship saga is the latest in a series of crises which have imperilled Malcolm Turnbull’s position as Australian Prime Minister.
We need to face up to pornography’s damaging effect on attitudes towards sex and sexual equality, argues Critical Sisters’ Jo Bartosch.
It is now 38 years since Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’ was released in November 1979, despite protests. But are we truly free to engage in blasphemy today?
Can Metamodernism, based in the exchange and continual revision of ideas, offer an alternative to the cultural problems of postmodernism and relativism?
The ‘appeal to lived experience’ as part of a wider anti-intellectual trend is stifling public debate. Should subjective experience override facts?
Focusing on identities in our political conversations is divisive and restrictive. How can we shift the conversation back to principles?
Yemeni rebels fired a ballistic missile on Saturday, targeting the airport in Riyadh and further escalating the conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran.