There is no such thing as ‘fake news’. All press has an agenda. And increasingly establishment media is reliant on non-traditional players to lend it credibility. The vain attempts of those with vested interests to censor and control the supply of information online will soon have no choice but to accept that the decentralisation of journalism is imperative to their survival.
Poking fun at North Korea’s Kim Jong-un has become a global past-time, but while people often deride him as crazy, the North Korean leader’s actions are part of a highly rational long-game. Former Australian Army Officer and defence specialist, Matt Jones says Kim Jong-Un is a skilled operator who will stop at nothing to reunify the Korean peninsula on his own terms.
In his latest book, ‘Creating Freedom,’ Raoul Martinez poses a fundamental question: ‘How can we be free if we can’t control the forces that shape us?’ Ross Ashcroft is joined by Martinez to answer this very question, how he sees society today and how we can start putting people and planet before profit and power.
When governments fund decades-long loss-making ventures that expand the economy’s production capabilities, we call it industrial policy. When a billionaire does it, we say it is markets at work. Dr Cameron Murray explores what effective industrial policy should look like.
The fat days for coal mining aren’t coming back…no matter what Trump says. We ask if withdrawing from the Paris Accords was really the best deal for Americans.