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Book extract from The Chief Witness: the harrowing testimony of a Kazakh Muslim woman who escaped from a modern-day concentration camp
The history of successful Christian engagement in Papua New Guinea since the late 19th century is in general a very honourable and proud one.
by Jeffrey Wall - 5/05/2021 - 3 comments
Currently the developed world's response is just to try to prevent migrants from entering their territories.
by Guy Hallowes - 3/05/2021 - 26 comments
It is hard to fathom how in a country that boasts about its technological advancements, scientific breakthroughs, economic prosperity, and military prowess, 23 percent of its population lives under the poverty line.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 3/05/2021 - 4 comments
Those madly titillated by conflict have become bolder of late in the corridors of the isolated Australian capital.
by Binoy Kampmark - 30/04/2021 - 12 comments
There are some key aspects of the PNG system of government that have definitely 'failed', but there remains time for PNG to pull back from being a total 'failed state'.
by Jeffrey Wall - 29/04/2021 - 8 comments
It is hard to know who is to blame for this current sorry state of affairs: the electors, or the politicians.
by David Singer - 29/04/2021 - 5 comments
That nasty formulation is intended to have consequences for urban planning, taking into account the percentage of immigrants and descendants present in that area of 'non-Western background'.
by Binoy Kampmark - 28/04/2021 - 8 comments
Should Western societies respond to the Communist Party of China (CCP) through sporting boycotts?
by Chris Lewis - 27/04/2021 - 9 comments
Americans have a disturbing tendency to refer to themselves as 'exceptional'. For the rest of us, or even for the odd critical thinker within the United States, this can certainly be irritatingc- exceptionally irritating.
by Howard Burton - 26/04/2021 - 9 comments
Even though Anzac Day is no longer a national holiday in PNG, it has always been a focus for visiting defence and ex-service personnel to visit the impressive war cemeteries and some of the more significant battle zones.
by Jeffrey Wall - 23/04/2021 - 8 comments
Over 500,000 civilians have been murdered and many more imprisoned and tortured by the Indonesian government in what's being called a 'silent genocide'.
by Calum Rosie - 23/04/2021 - 4 comments


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