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Downer reflects on life in London

Alexander Downer has some advice for would-be diplomats. Don't be seduced by the country in which you are serving and stay in touch with the politics at home. The High Commissioner to the UK is due to head home next year, with speculation rife ..., 1 week ago
Downer reflects on life in London (AAP) West Australian, 1 week ago
Downer's fury over posting rumours Daily Telegraph Australia, 1 month ago

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Australian Institute of International Affairs

Oz Strategist: Des Ball AO FAIIA (1947-2016)

« Go back By Des Ball was an unorthodox academic strategist who will have a lasting impact on Australian foreign policy. He played a part in all the foreign and security policy debates ofthe modern era. Des Ball was an extraordinary Oz ...
 Australian Institute of International Affairs1 month ago
WA Today

Trump and his team are striding forth to find new enemies

"Y' got to understand ..." The husky tones and Arkansas accent were hallmarks. Play Video Replay Video Play Video Don't Play Up Next At least 36 dead in Pakistin plane crash Play Video Don't Play Video duration 00:56 More World ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago Trump makes enemies where he should see allies  WA Today3 days ago Donald Trump is finding new enemies where he should be seeing allies  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago
Melbourne Age

Bracks says Dutton comments 'intemperate or malicious'

Steve Bracks' great grandparents came to Australia in the 1890s from what is now Lebanon in search of a better life. Like a lot of migrants, they thought they were bound for America. But as fate would have it, his mother's side of the family ended ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Dutton comments on Lebanese migration intemperate or malicious: Steve Bracks  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago
WA Today

Right jobs key to survival

The suggestion in your editorial, "Tech woes are useful lessons" (November 7, p10), that "the Australian Public Service lacks the right staff to manage complex technological services" and "is often 'captured' by the businesses from which it buys" ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

Revealed: China's Communist Party link to NBN

EXCLUSIVE More than 1 million Australian homes and businesses have been connected to the National Broadband Network by components made in a Shanghai factory controlled by China's Communist Party. How safe are the NBN components? Photo: Fairfax ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Asylum seekers: Kevin Rudd's hypocrisy is an affront to believers

For Kevin Rudd to apportion blame for current policies entirely to Malcolm Turnbull is an affront to anyone with a memory longer than a goldfish (Comment, 2/11). Rudd conveniently trumpets the steps his government took to abolish the horrific ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago
WA Today

Thinking the unthinkable on China

It doesn't take much imagination to see how things could suddenly go terribly wrong in Australia's relations with China. The most obvious venue for a tragic, accidental clash is the South China Sea. We insist these waters are international; Beijing ...
 WA Today1 month ago Australia-China relationship requires a healthy dose of realism  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

Pollies honoured for advocacy

Share this story: LIBERAL MP David Southwick and Labor MP Marsha Thomson, co-convenors of the Victorian Parliamentary Friends of Israel, will be jointly awarded the Jerusalem Prize at Zionism Victoria's 78th Annual Assembly next month. The ...
 Australian Jewish News1 month ago

Is this really a wise investment?

The money will be directed to the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, home to the Abu Sayyaf Group, which has sworn allegiance to the Islamic State. The Jihadist terror group kidnaps foreign nationals, executing them if huge ransoms are not paid.
 Perth Now1 month ago
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