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Downer's downer on former business

There was an interesting snide insult hurled by former foreign minister Alexander Downer, currently Australian high commissioner to London, at his former spin doctoring business partners Ian Smith and Andrew Butcher in a ritzy lunch interview with ... Crikey Media, 2 months ago

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Bill Shorten says Kevin Rudd treated in 'shabby fashion' by prime minister

The Weekend West understands that Joe Hockey, Nick Minchin and Alexander Downer all separately advised Cabinet ministers to nominate Mr Rudd for the position of United Nations Secretary-General. But it was to no avail - and Mr Turnbull even ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago

Australian PM ignores advice to nominate Kevin Rudd for UN top job

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ignored advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to endorse former PM Kevin Rudd to become the United Nations' (UN) next secretary-general, local media revealed on Monday. On Friday, ...
 China.org.cn1 month ago
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ignored envoys on Rudd (The West Australian)

, 10:13 am Video Turnbull shuns Rudd on UN posting Malcolm Turnbull ignored the advice of former Liberal Cabinet ministers-turned-envoys when he sank Kevin Rudd's United Nations odyssey by refusing to nominate the former Labor prime ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago PM ignored envoys on Rudd (The West Australian)  West Australian1 month ago
Jerusalem Post

Ambassador from Down Under shows over-the-top enthusiasm

When his term concludes in June, it's going to be hard for Australian Ambassador Dave Sharma and his family to leave Israel. Sharma, who was appointed in June 2013 at age 37 as Australia's youngest-ever ambassador, recently conveyed those ...
 Jerusalem Post2 days ago

Aussie warriors mark their own homework

The Arab Spring arrived in Libya, from Tunis to the west, and from Egypt to the east, in early 2011. Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan dictator, had ruled 42 years and was not anxious to relax his grip. When western Libyans began revolting and drove the ...
 WA Today1 week ago
Melbourne Age

Politics often kept in the family

If Hillary Clinton is elected US president in November she will not only be the first woman president but also a member of a new political class the married couple political dynasty. This new dynasty is not unique to the US Australia has its fair ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago The new dynasty - politics kept in the family  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago
National Interest

Powerplay: The Origins of the American Alliance System in Asia

Editor's Note: The following is excerpted from . 2016 by Princeton University Press. Reprinted by permission. We were huddled in the cramped quarters of the US Secretary of State's airplane, planning for our next stop in Sydney, Australia. The ...
 National Interest2 weeks ago
Huffington Post UK

Trying To Work Out Why Theresa May Has Dismissed a Points-Based Immigration System Is Giving Me A Migraine

My head hurts. Not through any alcohol-related activities, but because I've been trying to understand where the Government is going with its post-Brexit immigration policy. Yesterday in China, the Prime Minister ruled out an Australian-style ...
 Huffington Post UK2 weeks ago Owen Bennett: Trying To Work Out Why Theresa May Has Dismissed a Points-Based Immigration System Is Giving Me A Migraine  Huffington Post UK2 weeks ago
Huffington Post UK

UK Immigration System To Be More Rigorous Than Australia's, Reveals Brexit Secretary David Davis

Government sought to calm fears of 'backsliding' on immigration controls Brexit Secretary David Davis today revealed the Government would be seeking a more rigorous immigration system than the one operated by the Australian government. Speaking in ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago
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