Hans talks about how politics has crossed the final frontier – sports. And how he would like to remind you that sometimes, a game is what you came for – and all you need to come for.
Find out what Hans really thinks about the economic-political love triangle between Australia, the US and China. Plus, find out what Hans thinks over the Belt and Road initiative.
Hans talks about Marawi, Philippines and gives his brash opinion on why Marawi deserves to be given more attention in the media than it has.
Welcome back to my blog. It’s been so long since I updated it. But now there is a reason to…
The first of many in a new series entitled #4Visuals – in which Hans attempts to explain the situation of a major event in four visuals (images, infographics, videos etc.) or less. This edition sees Hans break down the first round of the French Election, 2017. I can feel number buzzing already.
Hans spoke to David McInnis from the University of Melbourne in a special interview companion to a 2SER story. Little did he know that he would be repeating all his favourite Shakespeare lines all over again.
Jillian Skinner’s resignation makes her the next looming by-election for new Premier of NSW Gladys Berejiklian. Does Ms Berejiklian have what it takes? And what’s up with that delay that she’s taken between announcing and formally resigning? Hans Lee and Sean Nicholls of the Sydney Morning Herald find out.
The Trans Pacific Partnership is an extremely divisive (now not enforced) trade agreement that would have bound 12 countries into economic cooperation. But now the US wants to leave and Australia wants Round 2 in Chile … is it worth the wait?
The New York Times is coming to Australia. Is it a good business move or is it anything but? Find out in this week’s edition of the blog.
It’s been termed on social media as the Muslim ban as Trump bars seven majority Muslim countries from travelling to the US. Hans discusses whether it’s moral or even makes sense.