Tag Archive | Indonesia
Religious beliefs and regional conflict
My mind has been churning since I published “Who can we believe?” yesterday. The comments on that article and interaction on Twitter made me delve deeper into the potential for conflict, which we should avoid at all costs. I have always held grave concerns about the impact Abbott’s religious fervor has on his decision-making. As […]
Who can we believe?
Edit February 06 2014: Since I wrote this on January 23 I have added links at the end of the article to later media reports. Today a new report has been published which casts further shadows on the whole debacle. Details aside, though, his account has been consistent from the first. He says he has […]
The Return to Rudd: a turn for the worse on asylum seeker policy?
Originally posted on Castan Centre for Human Rights Law :
The night of Wednesday 26th of June was full of surprises. We got an old/new Prime Minister in Kevin Rudd, found out that our first female Prime Minister was quitting politics, and learned what the Foreign Minister Bob Carr thinks of refugees and our international obligations…