Marsha Mehran was a prolific writer and bestselling novelist before her lonely death at just 36. Andrew Hunter explores her life and legacy, including her little-known time in Adelaide – one of many stops across the globe for the Iranian refugee as she searched for a place to call home.
Sharing in each other’s cultures – rather than just tolerating difference – should be Australia’s great competitive advantage in a global world. If only we would embrace it, writes Andrew Hunter.
As Port Adelaide prepares for its annual match in Shanghai, Andrew Hunter makes the case for Australian businesses to cultivate a deeper understanding of China.
Next weekend another nation will join Australia at the ballot box, with political and social complexities that point to the tension between economic progress and traditional wisdom, writes Andrew Hunter.
Where is Australia’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez?
A politically indiscriminate protest movement born in France poses a danger to democracy, writes Andrew Hunter.