So harsh on China, yet so soft on the US
Readers discuss The Age’s article - by military leader and strategist Mick Ryan - about China.
Scattered voters lose democracy sausage spirit
Readers discuss the effect of COVID on the state election, and the integrity of Daniel Andrews and Matthew Guy.
Messy outcomes loom after this hysterical campaign
Readers discuss Daniel Andrews, Matthew Guy and the Victorian election.
Rich companies break our trust on emissions
Readers discuss Andrew Wilkie’s claim that coal companies are falsely categorising Australian coal as low-emitting; and whether the environmental policies of the major parties stack up.
Surely Menzies would have been appalled
Readers discuss the state election.
We need to remember history
Readers respond to events of the week.
It’s essential that reform of upper house voting occur
The system of voting for the upper house in Victoria has drawn readers to respond.
Trump candidacy shows a failed grip on reality
Readers discuss Donald Trump’s fresh bid for the White House; the state election; and how to stop Russia’s attacks on Ukraine.
The only way to force Russia to capitulate
Readers discuss a range of world issues, including Russia, the TB outbreak in Papua New Guinea and the world’s population reaching 8 billion people.
Doesn’t anyone care about teacher supply?
Readers discuss issues relating to education, including the teacher shortage and VCE assessment.
Debate on ‘loss and damage’ a distraction
Readers discuss issues relating to the environment, including the COP27 conference.