What Everyone Thinks They Know About the Yemen War is Wrong
October 11, 2021 | Oved Lobel
Whatever the complexities of the conflict, the primary culprit in the suffering of Yemenis and the continuation of the war is the fanatic, revolutionary brutality of Ansar Allah and its Iranian backers, not Saudi Arabia.
Lyons’ blatant twisting of an email demonstrates the shallowness and unprofessionalism of his latest monograph
October 7, 2021 | Jamie Hyams
Sometimes the veracity of a piece of writing can be easily assessed from the way one source document is used, or misused. This is certainly the case with John Lyons’ latest publication, Dateline Jerusalem: Journalism’s toughest assignment.
Three UN General Assembly Speeches – Iran, the PA and Israel
But for the pandemic, the forum in Malmö would have taken place in 2020, 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, and the 20th anniversary of the first Stockholm Forum on the Holocaust. The fact that it was held at this time, despite the ongoing global healthcare emergency, demonstrates widespread recognition among both governments and experts that the problem has not receded and a strong collaborative effort is required.
Decision time on Iran
October 25, 2021 | Jacob Nagel, Richard Goldberg
US President Joe Biden will soon face the biggest decision of his presidency regarding Iran. He can build a coalition to hold Teheran accountable for its nuclear deceit and misconduct. Or, he can fall into the mullahs’ trap and close the door on achieving his goal of a stronger nuclear agreement in the future.
Editorial: Australian leadership momentum
October 25, 2021 | Colin Rubenstein
Revitalised global engagement brings with it new opportunities to refine Australia’s policies and international stances in a changing world, maximising our voice on the global scene – as a force for democracy, human rights, and a stable, peaceful international order, all of which are profoundly in our national interests.