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Aboriginal Tent Embassy marks the illegal 1778 occupation

Invasion Day in 1972, when the Tent Embassy was set up, dawned bright in Sydney, New South Wales. As far as I have been able to ascertain, history doesn’t record what the day was like in 1778 when Captain Arthur Phillip sailed into what is now known, variously, as...

Bloody Sunday 50 years on – a symbol of ongoing injustice

On the streets of Derry in British-occupied Northern Ireland on January 30, 1972, writes Stuart Munckton, British soldiers opened fire on an unarmed civil rights protest. Forteen civilians — six of them teenagers — died in the massacre remembered as Bloody Sunday.

Serbia cancels Rio Tinto’s lithium mining project

Rio Tinto's plan to mine lithium in Serbia has been scuttled in the wake of Novak Djokovic's deportation and against a backdrop of huge anti-mining protests and the country's upcoming elections in April, reports Binoy Kampmark.

Australia’s middle power dream

The average Australian has been enveloped by the inevitability of the US alliance as if it were a natural result of our history and “shared” values, writes Roger Davies.