Tom Mullins is an International Studies student at RMIT University. He is a current intern with the Australians for War Powers Reform.
Deferring democracy: The Iraq War and the future of Australia’s war powers. An interview with Judith Betts
Next month marks eighteen years since the US-led offensive descended on the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, with Australia’s involvement continuing to serve as a reminder of how centralised our war powers are. Then Prime Minister John Howard and a select group of ministers made that fateful decision without a parliamentary vote. The war power as… Continue reading »