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Abbott in Awkward Spot on Climate Change
June 11, 2014
Abbott in Awkward Spot on Climate Change
Australia increasingly looks out of step with the international community ahead of the upcoming G20 summit.
Abbott in Awkward Spot on Climate Change
The National Security Implications of Cutting Australia’s ODA
June 09, 2014
The National Security Implications of Cutting Australia’s ODA
The government is underestimating the role overseas development aid plays in security.
The National Security Implications of Cutting Australia’s ODA
Australia: Mending Ties With Indonesia
June 09, 2014
Australia: Mending Ties With Indonesia
While Abbott and Yudhoyono take the first steps in repairing frayed relations.
Australia: Mending Ties With Indonesia
Who Is Clive Palmer?
June 07, 2014
Who Is Clive Palmer?
Considered by many a buffoon, the businessman now holds the balance of power in Australian parliament.
Who Is Clive Palmer?
Australia in China’s Century
June 03, 2014
Australia in China’s Century
Australian government and business leaders gather to discuss the country’s growing interests in China.
Australia in China’s Century
Death in Australia Highlights Tamil Refugee Plight
June 02, 2014
Death in Australia Highlights Tamil Refugee Plight
A man has died of burns after setting himself on fire over fears he would be sent back to Sri Lanka.
Death in Australia Highlights Tamil Refugee Plight
Papua New Guinea Begins LNG Exports
May 30, 2014
Papua New Guinea Begins LNG Exports
In an economic milestone for the country, a major LNG project makes its first shipment.
Papua New Guinea Begins LNG Exports
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
May 28, 2014
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
The return is a step towards the normalization of relations following last year’s spy scandal.
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
Australia’s ‘Age of Entitlement’
May 26, 2014
Australia’s ‘Age of Entitlement’
The government’s fiscal alarmism may backfire in the years to come.
Australia’s ‘Age of Entitlement’
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
May 26, 2014
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
A Kiribati man faces deportation after a New Zealand refuses to accept a ‘climate refugee’ claim.
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
Popularity of Australian PM Slumps Following Tough Budget
May 22, 2014
Popularity of Australian PM Slumps Following Tough Budget
Tony Abbott takes a gamble with harsh measures as he tries to lower the budget deficit.
Popularity of Australian PM Slumps Following Tough Budget
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