James Rose

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Opinion | Hong Kong’s street protests are hard work, yet taking the movement off the streets risks failure

Hong Kong’s protesters have prevailed in the polls, in Washington and at PolyU, and now some are considering a new phase. They should be wary, because other famous movements fizzled when they left the streets and relied on the voting booth.

Hong Kong’s protesters have prevailed in the polls, in Washington and at PolyU, and now some are considering a new phase. They should be wary, because other famous movements fizzled when they left the streets and relied on the voting booth.

6 Dec 2019 - 9:00AM
Opinion | To understand climate change better, we need more Greta Thunbergs, not more scientific data

The Swedish teenager whose school strikes inspired the world made us stop and think. Climate change is undeniable and must stop being seen as contentious. For that to happen, we need more Greta Thunbergs and their stories

The Swedish teenager whose school strikes inspired the world made us stop and think. Climate change is undeniable and must stop being seen as contentious. For that to happen, we need more Greta Thunbergs and their stories

24 Nov 2019 - 1:27PM
Opinion | Why are people protesting in Hong Kong and elsewhere? The 99 per cent are still angry and frustrated

The world has never really recovered from the 2008 financial crisis. The current wave of demonstrations carries the resentment of many ordinary people who still feel let down and ignored by leaders and elites in a system rigged against them.

The world has never really recovered from the 2008 financial crisis. The current wave of demonstrations carries the resentment of many ordinary people who still feel let down and ignored by leaders and elites in a system rigged against them.

3 Nov 2019 - 7:39AM
Has Australian media been muzzled by new ‘national security’ law that is scaring journalists into silence?

Canberra’s bid to get a better oil deal with East Timor by bugging its government is now a taboo topic, as reporters fear revealing ‘secrets’ could see them end up in prison.

Canberra’s bid to get a better oil deal with East Timor by bugging its government is now a taboo topic, as reporters fear revealing ‘secrets’ could see them end up in prison.

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