Monday is a public holiday for Australia Day, and posting will be light on The Interpreter. Normal publishing will resume on Tuesday.
This photo from Flickr user denisbin shows the beginnings of the art trail on grain silos in north-western Victoria. Silos throughout the Mallee and
Monday is a public holiday and publishing will be light. We’ll be back with more insights on the world from tomorrow.
For those of you getting a break, enjoy!
Getting your galahs in a row (Photo: Diana Padron/Flickr
Summertime in Australia! It’s been a fascinating year and The Interpreter will be publishing a series in the coming fortnight highlighting some of our best articles from 2018.
We’re having a brief holiday starting today across the Christmas and New Year and will dive back in with regular
There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip. And so it is for IT upgrades, when despite things working fine in testing, they don't work so well in practice.
On Tuesday I mentioned that Interpreter Email Digest subscribers were getting a new service with an upgraded format, but unfortunately we
About 3000 Interpreter readers receive either a daily or weekly email from us with links to our latest posts. Until yesterday we used Feedblitz for this service, but from today we are doing it ourselves via the Lowy Institute's recently revamped database.
The only difference subscribers will
Over the last few months, you might have noticed that The Interpreter has gotten busier.
The Lowy Institute made a decision late last year to invest in a bigger, more ambitious Interpreter, and since early this year we have increased the number of items we post each day. More specifically, we
Just a quick note to apologise to our Email Digest subscribers about the recent interruptions to your service. Thanks to those of you who have let me know that you are not getting your email from Feedblitz as regularly as you should.
The Interpreter has recently been subjected to some bot attacks
Minutes ago I published what I expect will be our last Reader Riposte on The Interpreter. From now on, readers wishing to comment on Interpreter posts can do so via the comments section at the bottom of each post. I'll still occasionally feature the best comments in 'From the Comments' posts, but I
So far, we've offered you twelve books of the year in four installments. To close this feature, a reminder that the Lowy Institute itself has had quite a remarkable publishing year, with four new books hitting the shelves. So, if you're looking for a last minute gift idea...
Rendezvous with Destiny
In the lead-up to Christmas, we offer Lowy research staff selections for the best book they've read this year. Part 1 is here; part 2 is here.
The Hungry Ghosts, by Shyam Selvadurai. Selected by Danielle Rajendram, Research Associate, International Security Program.
Shyam Selvadurai's fourth
Simon Gladman responds to Sam Roggeveen's post:
Regarding the Reagan-Gorbachev image...
The failure was not in forgetting to move Gorbachev's flag pin and watch, but instead in the decision by the Lowy Interpreter to even doctor the iconic image in the first place. Surely, it's not appropriate
Tomorrow is Australia Day, which means we all get Monday off for that little extra sleep and relaxation. Enjoy the long weekend, if you're getting one, and see you Tuesday for the resumption of blogging.
Photo by Flickr user iansand
Welcome to 2013 and welcome back to The Interpreter for another year of international policy blogging, which is supposed to start today.
I say 'supposed' because your editor forgot his age last weekend and hurt his back while trying to move a fridge. Please be patient for the next few days