The prosecution wants a closed trial, while the defence wants to keep secret only what's necessary to protect Australia’s national security.
As lawyer Bernard Collaery and his client face criminal charges regarding the Australian Secret Intelligence Service, there are more questions to be answered.
Six journalists were killed and it shouldn’t have been swept under the carpet, write Nick Xenophon and Clinton Fernandes.
The detention of a retired Australian intelligence agent and the raid on a lawyer's office in Canberra should prompt questions about our fairness in negotiating with East Timor, writes Clinton Fernandes.
A parliamentary inquiry is reviewing Australian and East Timorese relations, but is it hearing from the right mix of stakeholders, asks Clinton Fernandes.
With the announcement of a war crimes investigation into the killing of the "Balibo Five", a UNSW historian writes for Uniken about his involvement in the new film Balibo.