Race, religion & identity
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The Interrobang: A Festival of Questions
Why marry capitalism with democracy? Mary Kostakidis and Yanis Varoufakis
Faith and Culture: The Politics of Belief
The Voice of Faith and the Challenge of Reason in National and International Politics: Susan Neiman
Ai Weiwei Finally Released
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has been released from detention without trial after almost three months in detention. The government’s official news agency Xinhua reported he was released “because of his good attitude in confessing his crimes as well as a chronic disease he suffers from.” Authorities say the artist and his production company stand accused of tax evasion and destroying incriminating evidence. Here’s how…
Debate on Violence in Alice Springs
There’s something special about Alice Springs. It’s a town at the heart of the country not just geographically but, at times, also politically. No other smallish country town in Australia better epitomises the contradictions of Australia’s history. Over at New Matilda, there’s been a fascinating series on Alice Springs and indigenous disadvantage. The latest article is by Dr John Boffa of the People’s Alcohol…
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