Analysis

Murray Horton: Genocide in Gaza – let’s talk about Hamas

ANALYSIS: By Murray Horton The general consensus is that Gaza is this generation’s Vietnam. There are some similarities between the two wars -- and a whole lot more differences. But...

Gaza could change everything. The War on Terror faces international justice.

COMMENTARY: By Eugene Doyle Could the final act of the US Global War on Terror (GWOT) be the conviction...

Jimmy Naouna: Macron’s handling of Kanaky New Caledonia isn’t working – we need a new way

COMMENTARY: By Jimmy Naouna in Nouméa The unrest that has gripped Kanaky New Caledonia is the direct result of...

50 years of challenge and change: David Robie reflects on a career in Pacific journalism

By Moera Tuilaepa-Taylor This King’s Birthday today, the New Zealand Order of Merit recognises Professor David Robie’s 50 years...

‘I can’t just stand back’: Kanak pro-independence activist follows mum’s footsteps

By Pretoria Gordon Jessie Ounei is following in her mum’s footsteps as a Kanak pro-independence activist. Last Wednesday, Ounei organised...

27 years in captivity – free Marwan Barghouti, ‘Palestine’s Mandela’

SPECIAL REPORT: By Eugene Doyle He is the most popular Palestinian leader alive today — and yet few people in the West even know his...

Craig Murray: Western and Arab political class utterly divorced from their people over Gaza

COMMENTARY: By Craig Murray Governments cannot take big decisions extremely quickly except in the most extreme of circumstances. There are mechanisms in all states that...

Malcolm Evans: A new low in NZ media’s record of bias over Palestine

COMMENTARY: By Malcolm Evans Last week’s leaked New York Times staff directive, as to what words can and cannot be used to describe the carnage...

Have New Zealanders really been ‘misled’ about AUKUS, or is involvement now a foregone conclusion?

ANALYSIS: By Marco de Jong and Robert G. Patman When former prime minister Helen Clark spoke out against New Zealand potentially compromising its independent foreign...

Reaping what you sow, Iran isn’t the aggressor here

COMMENTARY: By Belén Fernández On Saturday, April 13, Iran launched hundreds of drones and missiles at Israel in retaliation for a deadly Israeli strike on...

Gordon Campbell: On Winston Peters’ pathetic speech at the UN

COMMENTARY: By Gordon Campbell Good grief, Winston Peters. Tens of thousands of Gazans have been slaughtered, two million are on the brink of starvation and...