CJ Werleman argues that mass shootings in the US to further a white nationalist agenda could spread to other parts of the Western democratic world – for which it must be prepared.
How recent events in Kashmir are shining a light on the plight of Muslims living there – and doing untold damage to the reputation of the world’s largest secular democracy.
CJ Werleman on why India’s revocation of its agreements with Pakistan over Kashmir is so concerning in light of a lack of condemnation from the international community.
CJ Werleman on why America must discuss the right to bear arms as the main reason why mass shootings keep happening.
CJ Werleman sees a menacing trend in Beijing’s repression of human rights at home and abroad and its readiness to use military force in alliance with the Kremlin.
In seeking to categorise Antifa as a terrorist organisation, the US President is adding fuel to the fire of right-wing white supremacists.
CJ Werleman on the psychological effects of climate change, its deniers and why younger generations are right to be so disturbed by the future planet that awaits them.
CJ Werleman on the US President’s worrying attempts to gain support by tapping into deeply-rooted anxieties and prejudices concerning race.
With Rupert Murdoch’s chosen government waging a war on journalists in Australia, democratic values in his country of birth are in peril, writes CJ Werleman.
CJ Werleman reports on China’s horrific persecution of the Uyghur Muslim minority in Xinjiang.
CJ Werleman on the rise of authoritarianism in Asia and why some on the left are aiding the advance of illiberal regimes, not fighting it.
CJ Werleman documents his conversations with Faisal Thar Thakin, a Rohingya Muslim who has been held in the kingdom’s notorious Shumaisi detention centre for the past six years.
CJ Werleman on what the reaction to the violence in Oregon reveals about the rising threat of fascism in America.
CJ Werleman asks the darkest of all questions: what will happen in India the day after a handful of would-be violent “jihadist” terrorists carry out an attack motivated by Modi’s Hindu nationalism?
CJ Werleman explores what it will take to shift the Australian Government’s controversial policy of sending refugees from Asia and the Middle East to offshore detention facilities.
CJ Werleman on why the international community should hang its head in shame over its failure to help stop the genocide still ongoing in Myanmar.
CJ Werleman says climate change activism can overcome the generational divide by focusing less on doom and instead identify the corporate culprits.
CJ Werleman explains the logic behind attempts to escalate tensions in the Gulf: it’s all about bluster, and arms deals
CJ Werleman on the right wing culture wars around ‘white greivance’ which are putting progressive political parties on the back foot. When Australian voters went to the polls in the country’s federal election on Saturday, pundits and pollsters predicted the likelihood of a Labor Party victory to be a greater than 90 percent, with bookmakers…
CJ Werleman sees a familiar pattern in the stoked-up tensions between the US and Iran, and once again the media is failing to check the march to war.
In the wake of the Sri Lankan terror attacks CJ Werleman reports on how Muslim communities have been at the forefront of combating extremist groups.
CJ Werleman on the spreading ‘white genocide’ ideology and online radicalisation behind the rising tide of Far-right terror attacks.