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So Is Australia Cutting Its Aid Budget Again?
March 26, 2015

So Is Australia Cutting Its Aid Budget Again?

By Helen Clark
It appears Australia’s aid budget will remain as it is, or at least no more “slashed” than it already is.
Australia Pays Tribute to Former PM Malcolm Fraser
March 23, 2015

Australia Pays Tribute to Former PM Malcolm Fraser

By Helen Clark
Parliament was today paying tribute to the former Liberal prime minister, who died Friday at the age of 84.

Cyclone Pam: Aid to Vanuatu Begins
March 19, 2015

Cyclone Pam: Aid to Vanuatu Begins

By Helen Clark
Australia and New Zealand have begun to provide assistance to the islands, which have been devastated by a cyclone.

Australia’s Quiet Vietnam Diplomacy
March 18, 2015

Australia’s Quiet Vietnam Diplomacy

By Helen Clark
With little fanfare on summits or human rights, the two countries are strengthening their ties.

Abbott Confuses on Indigenous Australians
March 15, 2015

Abbott Confuses on Indigenous Australians

By Helen Clark
The PM has been a staunch supporter of Indigenous rights. That makes his recent remarks all the more baffling.
New Zealand: Spying for the Club
March 06, 2015

New Zealand: Spying for the Club

By Helen Clark
Revelations emerge that New Zealand has been spying on friendly neighbors.

Australia to Send Troops to Iraq
March 05, 2015

Australia to Send Troops to Iraq

By Helen Clark
A contingent of Australian troops are to be dispatched on a training mission.
Araújo’s Vision for East Timor
March 02, 2015

Araújo’s Vision for East Timor

By Mong Palatino
The country’s new prime minister appeals for unity and unveils some of his plans.

Can the Solomon Islands Reform?
February 28, 2015

Can the Solomon Islands Reform?

By Sally Andrews
Under a new coalition government, the Pacific state has a chance to adopt much-needed reforms.

Abbott's Tough Talk on Terror
February 25, 2015

Abbott's Tough Talk on Terror

By Helen Clark
In his national security speech earlier this week, the prime minister pointed to a rising terror threat facing Australia.

Internal Security: Australia’s PM Is Off Message
February 24, 2015

Internal Security: Australia’s PM Is Off Message

By Greg Austin
Tony Abbott's recent speech on national security and Islamic terrorism conflated religion and violence in the name of religion.
New Zealand Considers Role on ISIS
February 21, 2015

New Zealand Considers Role on ISIS

By Helen Clark
Amid opposition, the country contemplates joining the coalition in the Middle East.

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