defence November 18, 2023
The widows of Afghan civilians allegedly killed by Australian soldiers say they have had no contact from the Australian government but are ready to testify about the war crimes.
religion September 2, 2023
A military chaplain, who was indecently assaulted by a colleague, was pressured not to complain by another senior chaplain, who is now serving the royal commission where she is giving evidence.
defence July 29, 2023
As a parliamentary committee probes Stuart Robert’s links to consultancy firm Synergy 360, it can be revealed he travelled to the United States in 2015 with two future directors of the company.
defence July 22, 2023
New evidence shows the consulting giant had a major government contract cancelled after also giving advice to one of the bidders.
defence June 10, 2023
A former SAS soldier who served with Ben Roberts-Smith says other witnesses who did not give evidence in his defamation case will come forward if there is a criminal trial.
international relations May 27, 2023
US president Joe Biden’s plan promises billions for Australian companies, while securing minerals for the US military.
defence May 6, 2023
As part of the new Defence strategy, a program offering military training will be extended to countries in the north-east Indian Ocean, some of which have poor human rights records.
defence April 29, 2023
The Defence Strategic Review is an urgent call for the biggest shift in Australia’s military stance in 80 years, but the government is being criticised for lack of clarity on spending.
defence April 15, 2023
China’s military escalation over Taiwan this week shows the futility of the US’s plan for ‘guardrails’ to manage tensions, and the risk of Australia being led ever closer to war.