Israel kills journalists, while the West merely censors them.
John Pilger’s final essay investigates why today there is ‘a silence filled by a consensus of propaganda’ as the world’s two greatest powers draw closer to conflict.
There’s never been so many obstacles in the way of investigative journalism – but there are opportunities and ways to challenge these silences.
Nicky Hager is one of the world’s best independent, investigative journalists; find out how he’s been challenging power for decades.
When two Reuters media workers were killed in Baghdad in the Iraq war, the US military moved rapidly to hide the truth – until WikiLeaks revealed the cover-up.
The majority of Australians prefer a policy of neutrality and oppose joining US wars under the ANZUS alliance, polling shows.
Britain assisted Australia in setting up a team modelled on the UK’s notorious Information Research Department to run influence operations in the Asia-Pacific in the 1970s, recently declassified files reveal.