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Pearls and Irritations – Public policy journal

Read progressive, liberal commentary on issues that impact Australians. Our daily articles focus on politics, public policy and world affairs.

  • By John Menadue, et al.
  • Based in Australia and United States of America
  • Roughly nine posts per day
  • First post on

Posts per month

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Dec 2022 148
Jan 2023 207
Feb 2023 198
Mar 2023 238
Apr 2023 218
May 2023 231
Jun 2023 217
Jul 2023 230
Aug 2023 233
Sep 2023 223
Oct 2023 234
Nov 2023 222
Dec 2023 238
Jan 2024 294
Feb 2024 261
Mar 2024 259
Apr 2024 246
May 2024 222

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Will famine in Gaza turn Netanyahu and Gallant into war criminals?
With the ICJ ordering a cessation of Rafah hostilities there is now close to a certainty Netanyahu and defence minister Gallant will be charged with a war crime. At the heart of the ICJ’s decision …
On , by Jeremy Webb, 69 words
Old trees are good trees
Big old trees are few in number but store lots of carbon. Loopholes found in Victoria’s ban on native tree logging. Great Barrier Reef bleaches for fifth time in eight years. Which trees hold the …
On , by Peter Sainsbury, 63 words
The New York Times explains how gangsters now govern Israel
The rather timid headline for a recent aggressive story in the New York Times (NYT) introduced a detailed investigation by that newspaper of how the governance of Israel has been captured by brutalised backers of …
On , by Richard Cullen, 68 words