We can start to believe that John Kerry is seriously concerned about prosecuting war criminals when he moves to have former US President George W Bush, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and former Australian Prime Minister John Howard taken into custody.
Paul Malone is a former political reporter and columnist for The Sunday Canberra Times.
Authors of an award-winning paper remind us that it pays to keep an open mind, but not so open that your brain falls out.
If Australia is to support the setting up of a tribunal investigating the MH 17 disaster it should be more than a political witch-hunt.
It's easy to make promises to voters when you'll never be in a position to deliver them.
Dastyari should not have been so greedy as to ask for his expenses to be paid by someone else.
A new political class is upon us - the married couple dynasty.
Why should we let the debacle with the census ruin the chance for voting reform?
Preaching about innovation without a plan does nothing to create jobs.
For Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull the question remains - what should he do with Abbott?
The Brexit vote was driven by racism and fantasyland dreams and there is no joy in witnessing the disintegration of the EU.