Analysis & Opinion
analysis: Unmanned, at sea and loaded with drugs: Our laws aren't ready for 'narco-drones', the new frontier in trafficking
By Natalie Klein and Rob McLaughlin
International and Australian laws need to be updated to cope with the newest drug-trafficking technique threatening maritime security: remote-controlled narco-drones, write Natalie Klein and Rob McLaughlin.Posted
analysis: A new deal between Ukraine and Russia may show a path to the end of the war
By Mick Ryan
While the Russian attack on Odesa is hardly an auspicious beginning and is indicative of the lack of trust between the belligerents, there are some important takeaways from the agreement, writes Mick Ryan.Posted Updated
analysis: Thirty years ago, I launched a TV show to explore a hopeful world. As the times grow darker, it’s as crucial as ever
In 1992, the ABC launched Foreign Correspondent to bring a changing world home to Australian living rooms. Thirty years on, its mission is as important as ever, writes Jonathan Holmes.Posted
analysis: AFL Round-Up: A round to remember delivers highlights, new heroes and heartbreaks
By Dean Bilton
Geelong and Collingwood keep their streaks alive, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan explodes and Richmond does that thing again — round 19 had it all. We digest the week that was.Posted
analysis: Why your super may not be worth as much as you think
By business editor Ian Verrender
While super funds have fared better than most investments over a turbulent past year, Australians may need to face up to the fact that their retirement assets are worth considerably less than they think, writes business editor Ian Verrender.Posted Updated
analysis: It's the last taboo in central banking. So will the RBA review look at how money is created?
By business reporter Gareth Hutchens
The RBA review would be the perfect place to think about the central bank's ability to create money, writes Gareth HutchensPosted
opinion: How we can overcome 'COVID fatigue'. Advice from a (very tired) GP
By Dr Aletia Johnson
If you're sick of COVID, you're not alone, but still caring about it is vital to help protect each other, writes Dr Aletia Johnson.Posted
analysis: Tour de France Femmes 'a first victory' for female pro cyclists
By Sophie Smith in Cahors
Female cyclists have had to wait three decades for a chance to race under the Tour de France banner. On Sunday, the world's best will race out of Paris for the inaugural Tour de France Femmes, writes Sophie Smith.Posted Updated
analysis: How the Melbourne Storm slid out of NRL premiership contention
By Jon Healy
Once favourites for this year's premiership, Melbourne now looks unlikely to even make the top four. How did it come to this, and is there any hope of a turnaround with the finals looming?Posted
analysis: Is 'fairness' attainable at the Commonwealth Games when Australia competes against countries without a 50m swimming pool?
By Tracey Holmes for The Ticket and ABC Sport
Much is made about fairness in sport, but as Australia's inevitable dominance of the Commonwealth Games draws near, it's clear that we will never have a true level playing field, writes Tracey Holmes.Posted Updated
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