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The killing of 44 Filipino police in a bungled counter-terrorism raid risks encouraging the very jihadism the police were trying to eliminate, with potential implications for Australian security.
The themes depicted in these works by the father of political cartooning are very relevant today, even if the subjects are two centuries old, as Paula
Weideger reports from Oxford
Is “the Texas miracle” a sustainable economic template for the future, or just a convenient cover for legislating the most conservative social and
other policies in the United States?
This miraculous Chilean city defies gravity, geography and history, writes Lee Tulloch.
Gallery: Cressida Campbell
RENUNCULUS WITH INDIAN CLOTH Woodblock, watercolour on carved plywood, 2010
STILL LIFE WITH KNIFE AND BUTTERFLY Woodblock, 2005
PERSIMMONS AND SILK Woodblock, 1997
Women cannot smash stained glass ceiling13 May, 2015Women pay a very high price for striving for equality, and religions offer no support. • Jimmy Carter: Losing my religion for equality • Clementine Ford: Want equality for all? Then spurn organised religion • Muriel Porter: The fight continues against male-sanctioned female submission Hilariously, Pope Francis has come out in favour of equal pay for women, saying…
Lest we forget… the women who marched against war rape13 May, 2015Illustration: Simon Bosch I wasn’t there. I wasn’t brave enough to join those 300 women who marched on Anzac Day in Sydney in 1983 “in memory of all women in all countries raped in all wars” as their banner expressed it. They were abused and vilified and large numbers were arrested. It took immense courage to be there,…
Mike Baird is way behind on gender balance5 April, 2015Illustration: Simon Bosch Until very recently German Chancellor Angela Merkel didn’t “do” gender. “That’s really not Angela’s kind of thing!” IMF chief Christine LaGarde said of the German Chancellor in an interview with the Financial Times last September. “I have never ever spoken to her about gender. It’s not her.” Nevertheless, just six months later…
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