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RNZ News Jacinda Ardern will largely be remembered in Aotearoa New Zealand as the prime minister whose pandemic-era policies saved thousands of Kiwi lives, according...

COMMENTARY: By Kayt Davies in Perth I wasn't good at French in my final year of high school. My classmates had five years of language...

ANALYSIS: By Rodney Tiffen, University of Sydney “These are dark times for our nation”, former US President Donald Trump declared when he announced his mansion...

RNZ News Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade "incredibly upsetting" as New Zealand politicians reacted to...

ANALYSIS: By Tim Watkin, RNZ Series and podcasts executive producer It was sometime in the late 1990s that I first interviewed Alan Webster about New...

ANALYSIS: By Paul Spoonley, Massey University It has been interesting to watch media and public commentators come to the realisation -- sometimes slowly -- that...

ANALYSIS: By Giacomo Lichtner, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington During the anti-lockdown protests at Parliament last year, I was told about a...

National Māori Authority chair Matthew Tukaki has seen plenty of protests and received his fair share of abuse, but what’s been happening in Wellington...

COMMENTARY: By Lynley Tulloch There is a dangerous anger on rapid boil at the protest in Wellington. It is a stew of dispossession and...

RNZ News "Go home and take your children" -- that was New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's plea to protesters remaining at Parliament today. Despite being...

ANALYSIS: By Tony Fala PART 1: Divide and rule with Māori and Pacific communities White Supremacy (WS) has proliferated during covid-19 lockdowns in Aotearoa from 17...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Selwyn Manning in Auckland The dilemma facing whistleblowers, journalists and publishers who risk it all to help the world’s people to become...

ANALYSIS: By Denis Muller, University of Melbourne Terrorism, political extremism, Donald Trump, social media and the phenomenon of “cancel culture” are confronting journalists with a...

ANALYSIS: By Jennifer S. Hunt, Australian National University Every four years on January 20, the US exercises a key tenant of democratic government: the peaceful...

ANALYSIS: By Jérôme Viala-Gaudefroy, CY Cergy Paris Université The January 6 assault on the US Capitol may have been a fitting end to Trump’s presidency....

ANALYSIS: By Markus Wagner, University of Wollongong President Donald Trump is extremely unlikely to capitulate to pressure to resign in the final days of his...

ANALYSIS: By Janine Mendes-Franco and Emma Lewis As armed supporters of outgoing US President Donald Trump forced their way into the United States Capitol last...

By RNZ Pacific The governors of Pacific US territories the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas and Guam have denounced the violent protests in US Congress. In...

COMMENTARY: By Bryan Bruce On Wednesday, from behind a wall of bulletproof glass, outgoing US President Donald Trump told a crowd of his supporters to...

ANALYSIS: By Timothy Graham, Queensland University of Technology Amid the chaos in the US Capitol, stoked largely by rhetoric from President Donald Trump, Twitter has...

ANALYSIS: By David Smith, University of Sydney After weeks of President Donald Trump’s baseless claims about voter fraud and other improprieties costing him the presidential...

ANALYSIS: By Jonathan Cook in CounterPunch The unexpected decision by Judge Vanessa Baraitser to deny a US demand to extradite Julian Assange, foiling efforts to send...