For anyone looking for a stimulating read this summer, one that bestows a certain sense of rationality on our otherwise…
The legendary ‘Paris of the East’ became the ‘last chance saloon’ for Jews fleeing the Holocaust, many of whom ended up in Australia
An Aussie’s role in a unique ‘Marshall Plan of Ideas’ designed to try to save Russia from itself
The intertwined nature of business, media and politics built the corrupt edifice of WA Inc
The little known story of our own code-breaking star, Eric Nave, who did as much as anyone to break the Japanese naval codes
A film that purports to show the ‘other’ side of the ANZAC story does anything but
While reading this book I was reminded of the great ‘scandal’ among New York’s intelligentsia in 1982 when the then…
Was Doc Evatt, the Labor icon during the early Cold War years, a Soviet spy?
We know this book’s cover uses David Follett’s art for a Spectator Australia front page from a year ago.
The former director general of ASIO deserves better than to have his reputation trashed
By coddling Mugabe, the Liberal turncoat set the scene for the Zimbabwean bloodshed, says Anthony McAdam