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James Glenday


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Past articles by James:

Martin Luther King's son on George Floyd protests, Australian racism and his father's legacy

The son of American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr throws his support behind Australian Black Lives Matter protesters, declaring recent demonstrations around the globe are a sign racism "is taking its last breath". → Read More

Washington man Rahul Dubey offers refuge and comfort to protesters caught in 'human tsunami' amid police crackdown

Faced with a "human tsunami" of young protesters being coralled into his suburban Washington neighbourhood by police, Rahul Dubey opened his doors and gave them sanctuary. → Read More

Donald Trump's cries about 'Obamagate' are a ploy to distract the media from the coronavirus

Faced with a dire outlook for his country, Donald Trump is zeroing in on a conspiracy theory. It's a predictable move from the Trump political playbook but the media falls for it every time, writes James Glenday. → Read More

Barack Obama labels Donald Trump's coronavirus response a 'chaotic disaster'

Barack Obama accuses the US President of approaching the coronavirus pandemic with a "what's in it for me?" attitude, saying Washington's response has been an "absolute chaotic disaster". → Read More

Donald Trump's coronavirus response is under fire. The anti-lockdown protests are a welcome distraction

In recent days, Donald Trump has repeatedly endorsed a series of mostly small anti-lockdown protests. But many conservative and some establishment figures within the President's own party are urging him to focus on a much bigger target: China. → Read More

New York City is no stranger to mass burials, particularly during major disease outbreaks like coronavirus COVID-19

As the COVID-19 death toll soars, a drone captures plain coffins being carefully stacked and buried in large trenches on New York's Hart Island by contractors clad in protective gear. Here's what we know about the island and its long history of being used for temporary burials. → Read More

Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in the US. American culture might make it uniquely vulnerable

In a country where individual rights, freedom and self-responsibility are valued, it's not clear for how long many Americans are willing to suffer to protect the most vulnerable, writes James Glenday. → Read More

YouTube lets people view Alison Parker's murder. Her father won't stop until every video is removed

The only way Andy Parker can stop people watching his daughter Alison's final moments online is to scour YouTube and report the videos of her murder. He's finally had enough. → Read More

Biden's presidential campaign is plummeting. Who benefits from his fall?

Joe Biden's campaign for president is in serious trouble after disappointing outcomes in New Hampshire and Iowa. It's likely to call into question the viability of his candidacy, with other Democrats circling. → Read More

As Bernie Sanders surges, some Democrats fear they could pick a man who can't beat Trump

The Democrats started off the 2020 campaign season on a note of optimism about beating Donald Trump. That's largely been replaced by anxiety over the party's stark ideological divide. → Read More

Trump has a lot to celebrate today, but an old frenemy denied him the one thing he wanted

With impeachment done, Donald Trump can now focus on winning re-election. But the biggest obstacle to that goal could be his own desire for retribution, writes James Glenday. → Read More

Trump had a solid plan to survive impeachment. But, of course, Twitter beckoned

Donald Trump was hoping for a quick and clean impeachment trial. But a potential star witness could drag it out for weeks and turn the ordeal into much-watch TV, writes James Glenday. → Read More

A humiliating roast by Joe Biden may have turned Rudy Giuliani into Trump's avenger

In 2006, Rudy Giuliani was the most popular politician in America. Today, he's loathed by Republicans, blamed by Democrats and stuck at the heart of Donald Trump's impeachment scandal. → Read More

Scott Morrison uses UN speech to slam 'internal and global critics' of Australia's climate change policy

In his address to United Nations in New York, Prime Minister Scott Morrison hits back at internal and global criticisms of Australia's climate change policy, saying Australia is doing our bit. → Read More

Scott Morrison does not want kids to have 'anxieties' about climate change after Greta Thunberg's speech

Scott Morrison says he does not want Australian children to be worried about environmental issues, after climate change protests took place around the world earlier this week. → Read More

Scott Morrison, Narendra Modi try to show their worth to transactional Donald Trump

These appearances seemed an attempt by both leaders to show their worth to Mr Trump but getting close to this President comes with some risk, writes James Glenday. → Read More

Scott Morrison dismisses report he wanted Hillsong pastor Brian Houston to attend events during US state visit

The Prime Minister dismisses a report he wanted Hillsong pastor Brian Houston to be with him at some events during his current state visit to the United States. → Read More

Donald Trump's Mars mission given $150m boost from Scott Morrison as NASA shows off Gold Logie

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces his Government will spend $150 million over five years to help Australian businesses get involved in America's planned mission to the Moon and then Mars. → Read More

Thousands of roses and not a single hamburger: All you need to know about the US state dinner

Perhaps the US state dinner will prove the perfect setting for Donald Trump and Scott Morrison to take their budding bromance to the next step. → Read More

Justin Trudeau's brownface just the latest scandal threatening Canada's progressive poster boy

This stylish Prime Minister has cast himself as a defender of racial minorities, and the photo is totally at odds with the image he has carefully crafted for himself, writes James Glenday. → Read More