Ten years on, an American recalls being in New Zealand on the eve of the 2003 invasion of Iraq
Ten years on from the invasion, it is not the Americans
Silver Linings Playbook, Liberal Arts and the universal love for Jennifer Lawrence
The Morsi government is leading and feeding the spiral of violence in Egypt
The convergence of television and politics is a disease without a cure
Does the elected council in Wellington even know what’s happening to its Council work force and services?
An interview with Wellington mayor Celia Wade-Brown
In the rush to protect children, are the rights of pregnant women being overlooked?
An interview with Julian Assange’s lawyer, Jennifer Robinson
Two decades after Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino is treading water. (But P.T. Anderson’s The Master is original and innovative.)
How to create a legal mechanism to promote social justice
Zero Dark Thirty and Argo tangle with journalism, and journalism loses
The Russians are mounting a stealth attack at the UN on the definition of human rights
‘Looking Muslim’ is already problematic for some travelers
Is the Trans Pacific Partnership a free trade mirage?
Just how much could a TPP deal to get our dairy into the United States really cost us?
How the TPP trade deal means trouble for our drugs buying agency.
An exclusive interview with the world’s leading trade scholar, Jagdish Bhagwati.
Copyright infringement is allegedly theft – so how come state agencies and corporates advertise on pirate sites?
Hipsters are (really annoying) people too
A great art museum endures, amidst social and environmental disaster by the Aral Sea
Does the health system know (or care) when people can’t sign up at their local Medical Centre?
A fresh campaign to get religious instruction out of state primary schools has reprised a very old debate.
Does John Key know the conditions facing Kiwi workers within US film and TV productions here?
Palestinians escaping Syria find little relief in Lebanon
Can an iwi-trade union alliance help change the economic equation in favour of workers?
An interview with the New Zealand-raised host of Inside Horror
Life behind the café counter, post GFC
Does anyone still think the share sales in state energy assets are a good idea?
The Government has to deal with Māori claims over water. It could start by behaving more like a Treaty Partner, and showing a little good faith.