Reviews

  • ‘Murder in Melbourne’ a case of stolen identity 'Murder in Melbourne' a case of stolen identityBOOK REVIEW Hasbara and identity theft: a Melbourne case study By DR DAVID FABER The dark arts of economy with the truth have long been part of political manipulation. Why take the risk ...
  • Teachers on ‘Murder in Melbourne’: wider questions raised Teachers on 'Murder in Melbourne': wider questions raised1) BOOK REVIEW Murder in Melbourne: The untold story of Aiia Maasarwe by Alex Mitchell, 2020 Kevin Bain writes: This little book added important aspects to my awareness of this terrible event, which I ...
  • Bishop reviews ‘Murder in Melbourne’ BOOK REVIEW Murder in Melbourne: The untold story of Aiia Maasarwe by Alex Mitchell, 2020 Bishop George Browning writes: The plight of Palestinians in their homeland was tragically on display in the aftermath of ...
  • Robert Tickner’s memoir BOOK REVIEW Ten Doors Down by Robert Tickner, published by SCRIBE, Melbourne 2020  Reviewed by ALEX MITCHELL Robert Tickner, who served in the Hawke and Keating Governments as Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait ...
  • Second review of Aiia’s tragic story Second review of Aiia’s tragic storyDavid Hickie, former editor-in-chief of the Sydney Morning Herald and Sun-Herald, looks beyond the headlines in the coverage of crime BOOK REVIEW: Murder in Melbourne: The untold story of Aiia Maasarwe by Alex Mitchell ...
  • First review of new book on Palestinian Aiia Maasarwe First review of new book on Palestinian Aiia MaasarweStruggles for Personal and National Identity BOOK REVIEW – Murder in Melbourne: The untold story of Aiia Maasarwe by Alex Mitchell (2020) STUART REES WRITES: In courts of law, defendants appear before ...
  • The Weekly Notebook – conservative basket cases Why conservative parties have become basket cases A common feature of today’s political environment is the identity crisis in conservative parties that have ruled much of the Western world in the post-war ...
  • James Cook under scrutiny James Cook under scrutinyWhy Captain Cook is lionised in London and on the nose in Australia … Magnetic Island revisited … Joe Hockey’s “US mateship” stupidity … NSW drought goes from tragedy to ...
  • Riveting book on Australia and China Exploring Australia-China history Canberra writer and journalist Rob Macklin has written a highly relevant, timely and utterly riveting book on the intricate relationship between Australia and China. Over the years, I’ve read ...
  • Hillary Clinton’s false feminism False choices: the faux feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton ed Liza Featherstone, Verso, London & New York 2016 No one wants to see a fascistic, racist, misogynist blowhard in the White ...

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