Climate

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...

Cyclone Gabrielle triggers more destructive forestry ‘slash’ – NZ must change how it grows trees

ANALYSIS: By Mark Bloomberg, University of Canterbury The severe impacts of Cyclone Gabrielle on the North Island, and the five severe weather events experienced by...

Cyclone Gabrielle: Severity of damage ‘not seen in a generation’, says PM Hipkins

RNZ News At least 2500 people have been displaced by Cyclone Gabrielle this week, says Emergency Management Minister Kieran McAnulty. About 1000 of those are in...

NZ declares national emergency as Cyclone Gabrielle unleashes fury across North Island

RNZ News A national state of emergency has been declared today after Cyclone Gabrielle unleashed fury across the North Island of Aotearoa New Zealand. There has...

Why Pacific Islanders are staying put even as rising seas flood their homes and crops

ANALYSIS: By Merewalesi Yee, The University of Queensland; Annah Piggott-McKellar, Queensland University of Technology; Celia McMichael, The University of Melbourne, and Karen E McNamara,...

The Doctrine of ‘Discovery’, Te Moana and the people’s fight for climate crisis action

Reviewed by Dr David Robie As the editor, American-Kiwi anarchist, dissident and activist Valerie Morse notes in the preface to Peace Action, this practical treatise...

Toxic smoke chokes region as Indonesian rainforests burn – David Robie on TRT

Asia Pacific Report Thousands of forest fires have been burning across Indonesian Borneo and Sumatra, disrupting air travel, closing schools and sickening thousands of people,...