Bede A. Moore

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Drunken Displays, Media Moguls

SYDNEY, Australia—If you had to pick, shenanigans and shambles are pretty good words to describe the Australian media of late.

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The Luxury of Distance

If you’re a member of the news-reading community, it’s a safe bet you’ve come to realize the full horror of

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Turn on, Tune in, Forever

If macabre interest hasn’t yet drawn you to watch the YouTube.com video of UCLA student Mostafa Tabatabainejad being repeatedly Tasered

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Saudi Succession, Media Nil

Whatever else it is, “successful” is not the word to describe the Bush Administration’s stated policy to spread freedom and

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So Farewell Then, Constitution

Last week, President George W. Bush finally signed the Military Commissions Act into law. With the media’s attention largely fixed

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The Empire Strikes Back

A free press is foundational to a vibrant democracy. Each day, citizens read the media’s exposition of injustice and are

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Tarred with the Same Brush

It goes without saying that world leaders must be held accountable for their contraventions of international law. Any leader with

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Advance Australia Fair?

Conjure an image of Australia in your mind, and you’re likely envision bouncing kangaroos and jovial tank-topped men throwing “another

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Torturing Justice

More than fours years have passed since Sept. 11, but the debate over civil liberties still lingers. From the White

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The Global Avian Threat

In recent months two significant events in U.S. history have served to highlight the current government’s failure and incapacity to

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Why the Left Needs the Right

John Howard recently regained control of the Australian parliament with his successful election to a fourth term as prime minister

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Drink Up Your Punch

And so, as leaves begin to brown, as seersucker makes way for camel-hair, and as cosmopolitan cocktails convert to classic

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Relaxation or Résumé

If you’ve ever worried about your future after Harvard then, chances are, you’re pretty anxious about your prospects—or lack thereof—for

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The Little Guy in Australia

On March 23, Australian opposition leader Mark Latham made a vital announcement to the public, declaring that, if elected, he

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Trumping Gender Inequality

Settle back into that comfy futon or bizarre Harvard-issue desk chair on any given night and you’ll be confronted with

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