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COMMENTARY: By John Minto Good slogans have people nodding their heads in agreement because they recognise an underlying truth in the words.   I have a...

Asia Pacific Report Pro-Palestinian protesters today condemned Google for sacking protesting staff and demanded that the New Zealand government immediately "cut ties with Israeli genocide". Wearing...

Asia Pacific Report An open letter to The New Zealand Herald has challenged a full page Zionist advertisement this week for failing to acknowledge the...

Asia Pacific Report As Israel drives the Palestinians deeper into another Nakba in Gaza with its assault on Rafah, the Palestine Youth Aotearoa (PYA) and...

Asia Pacific Report About 1000 people in Aotearoa New Zealand gathered for a two-hour rally in central Auckland today and marched down Queen Street and...

By Salwa Amor in Istanbul Palestine solidarity activists are preparing a flotilla to deliver urgently needed humanitarian aid to Gaza, vowing to break Israel's blockade...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Richard Naidu, editor of Islands Business South Africa’s genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has been described...

ANALYSIS: By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report On my office wall hangs a framed portrait of Shireen Abu Akleh, the inspiring and celebrated...

Asia Pacific Report A leader of one of New Zealand's main Palestine solidarity groups today called on the government to expel the Israeli ambassador and...

By A Firenze in Gadigal/Sydney Palestinians fleeing war-ravaged Gaza for safety in Australia were left stranded when the Labor government abruptly cancelled their visas. The “subclass...

By Wendy Bacon in Sydney Twenty-four weeks of city marches and a five-week vigil outside the Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s electoral office in Marrickville have...

ANALYSIS: By Donald Rothwell, Australian National University In an unprecedented legal development, senior Australian politicians, including Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, have been referred to the...

By Alex Bainbridge, Peter Boyle, Isaac Nellist, Jacob Andrewartha, Jordan Ellis, Alex Salmon, Stephen W Enciso and Khaled Ghannam of Green Left Thousands marched for...

While telling today's Palestine solidarity rally in Auckland about "good news" over creative humanitarian aid plans to help Palestinians amid the War on Gaza,...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto Why is Aotearoa New Zealand media so silent on the Gaza genocide happening before our eyes? Amid unreported-in-Aotearoa media stories of horrific...

COMMENTARY: By Martyn Bradbury, editor of The Daily Blog Winston Peters says Israel’s actions getting ‘out of hand’ ahead of planned Rafah offensive Prime Minister Christopher...

ANALYSIS: By Karen Scott, University of Canterbury In 2023, the world witnessed a sustained attack on the very foundations of the international legal order. Russia, a...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa (PSNA) supporters are livid Labour is refusing to recognise the state of Palestine a full 104 years...

ANALYSIS: By Jonathan Cook The late Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a Nobel laureate and tireless campaigner against South African apartheid, once observed: “If you are neutral in...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Miriam Zarriga in Port Moresby Port Moresby’s "amazing city" tag in Papua New Guinea is fast losing its varnish and appeal --...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk An exiled West Papuan leader has condemned Indonesian for "hypocrisy" in speaking out about Myanmar and Palestine while voting at the...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk More leading Indonesian figures have made racial slurs against Natalius Pigai, former chair of the National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM)...