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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Tony Abbott obliterates international law – and 227 years of Australian history – with one phrase
Debt, deficits and averting disaster
Are we really stealing from our kids to fund a debt crisis?
Tony Abbott wants the UN to stop lecturing Australia about human rights
Nothing but a dream
Why does the right want to Americanise Australia?
Racism in Australia
Charlie Hebdo, free speech, multiculturalism and 18C
A bitter pill
The government alienates doctors and patients over $20 GP fee
What drives Tony Abbott's need to fail?
The assault on self-determination in the West
There is no Left
A figment of the Right's imagination
Tony Abbott at the G20 leaders' retreat
On the spot fines and the unchecked power of Melbourne's transport officers
Leaps and bounds
The war on terror comes to Adelaide Oval
Education and its discontents
Recently The Monthly published online a collection of excerpts from real history essays by undergraduate university students. ‘A Rich History of Failure’, by pseudonymous author ‘Professor Neve R. Stenning-Stihl’, prompted a …
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