If a genocide in Gaza doesn’t move the hearts and minds in Washington to act, then it’s not likely they give a toss about what happens to Julian Assange.
KELLIE TRANTER is a lawyer, researcher, and human rights advocate. She tweets from @KellieTranter
First the CIA, now the US Dept of Justice, could take actions that would see WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange dead.
Australia’s reluctance from afar to recognise Israel’s genocide in Gaza is being challenged by the genocide case against Israel in the World Court
Being part of the global supply network that supplies parts for the Israeli F-35 jet fighters used over Gaza implicates Australia in their alleged war crimes.
With billions of dollars on the banquet table, Australia should choose its dinner guests wisely.
Despite a year of grace given to the Prime Minister for ‘quiet diplomacy’ to work, the release of Julian Assange from political incarceration and extradition looks as remote as ever – so it seems it’s time to get out the loudhailer once more.
A mere stroke of the pen by US President Joe Biden can see the immediate release of Julian Assange.
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The Australian government is straining credibility in insisting the Assange case is not a political prosecution.
New revelations on the Labor Government’s secret planning to act on the Assange case without offending the Americans.