Russell Marks

Russell Marks
Russell Marks is a lawyer and an honorary research associate at La Trobe University. He is the author of Crime and Punishment: Offenders and Victims in a Broken Justice System (Black Inc., 2015). 



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Image of Josh Frydenberg at Parliament House

The budget that wasn’t

Politics

What if Frydenberg had actually created a budget for the times?

A climate change banner at Jerrabomberra Public School, north of Queanbeyan.

Realignment

Politics

How climate politics is fracturing Australia’s party system

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Rupture

Politics

How Google and Facebook created the opportunity for NewsCorp’s latest coup attempt

Disorder

Society

‘Four Corners’ tells just one part of the story of mental health in Australia

The Rupertvirus

Society

News Corp’s COVID coverage has been a health risk of its own

In the wrong

Politics

A primary school–aged child in court surely represents the ultimate failure of society, yet Australia won’t raise the age of criminal responsibility

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The Queen’s cur

Politics

On Kerr, the Palace Letters and the Crown’s silence

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At what cost

Society

University fees have never functioned as a price signal in the way the government is anticipating

Image of a Melbourne rally in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement on June 6, 2020.

Do black lives matter to the PM?

Politics

How serious is the Morrison government about stopping Indigenous deaths in custody?

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