Reviews

Fiji human rights activists pay tribute to slain Gaza journalists, but shunned by local media

Pacific Media Watch Fiji human rights activists have paid tribute in a Suva vigil this week to the more than 100 journalists — most of them Palestinian — killed in...

Peace doesn’t come by trying to bludgeon the Middle East into accepting the Gaza genocide

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone The United States has carried out another air raid on Yemen, with targets reportedly including...

‘Uphold right to life’ says watchdog in aftermath of deadly PNG unrest

By Caleb Fotheringham Amnesty International is calling on Papua New Guinea authorities to protect human rights in response to...

Israel’s ‘illogical’ legal defence off to weak start, says analyst Bishara

Pacific Media Watch Al Jazeera’s senior political analyst Marwan Bishara says Israel’s legal team “started off weak” but made...

After 3 months of devastation in the Israel-Hamas war, is anyone ‘winning’?

ANALYSIS: By Ian Parmeter The 19th century German war strategist and field marshal Helmuth von Moltke famously coined the...

Archive: Pacific media benchmark

REVIEW: By Murray Horton It is a graphic illustration of corporate New Zealand's colonial mentality that our Eurocentric news media tell us all about the...

Archive: Poisoned Reign – bringing us up to date about ‘merciless’ France’s nuclear hostages in the Pacific

REVIEWS: By David Robie When it first appeared in 1977 under the title Moruroa, Mon Amour, the Danielsson's book was a damning indictment of French...