Articles

A surprising litmus test for Kanaky New Caledonia’s independence parties

ANALYSIS: By Denise Fisher The voters in the second round of France’s national elections last weekend staved off an expected shift to the far-right. But the result in the Pacific...

David Robie talks media challenges, education and decolonisation on Radio 531pi’s Pacific Mornings

PMN Pacific Mornings A major conference on the state and future of Pacific media is taking place this week...

Decolonisation, the climate crisis, and improving media education in the Pacific

Global Voices interviews veteran author, journalist and educator David Robie who discusses the state of Pacific media, journalism...

Caitlin Johnstone: Julian Assange is free, but justice has not been done

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone Julian Assange is free. He is en route to Australia after appearing in court in...

Kanaky New Caledonia unrest: Shock over pro-independence leader charges, transfer to France

By Patrick Decloitre A group of pro-independence leaders charged with allegedly organising protests that turned into violent unrest in...

Israel kills 274 plus Palestinians to rescue 4 captives – US allegedly involved in operation

SPECIAL REPORT: By Yumna Patel At least 274 Palestinians were killed and more than 698 others were wounded on Saturday in the central Gaza Strip,...

Caitlin Johnstone: Everything about Israel is fake

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone Everything about Israel is fake. It’s a completely synthetic nation created without any regard for the organic sociopolitical movements of the...

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...

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 of a US President for terrorism? ...

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 French President Emmanuel Macron’s partisan and...

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 of service to Pacific journalism and...