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Government reliance on army for lockdowns a weak move

The weakness of the Australian Government is on full display in southwest Sydney this week, ...  
Frydenberg's move to block Veteran Suicide Royal Commission

Josh Frydenberg invited veterans and health professionals to submit proposals in what appears to ...  
Talisman Sabre: When the environment becomes collateral damage

A major military training exercise being held in Queensland could spell long-term disaster for the ...  
Joe Biden criticised by Resistance over Iraq/Syria bombing

Joe Biden's authorisation of Middle Eastern airstrikes has drawn criticism from a movement that ...  
Courts' damning verdict on Coalition security adviser's loose use of the truth

John Garnaut has risen from Fairfax journalist to influential security adviser to former PM ...  
The G7, NATO and the demonising of China

The meetings of the G7 and NATO have left no doubt as to the growing strength of a united front ...  
Australia is in denial over one-way relationship with U.S.

Tensions with China resulting in economic sanctions are the result of Australia's blind allegiance ...  
IPAN calls for a fossil-free future — not war

IPAN is calling for the Australian Government to prioritise issues such as the climate crisis over ...  
Australians do not benefit from a war with China

Recent rhetoric on war is more about supporting the highly lucrative defence industry as it is ...  
Government submarine contract sunk and unlikely to resurface

The submarine deal France proudly called 'the contract of the Century' appears to have collap ...  
Australia palms off alleged Islamic State supporter to New Zealand

Australia has abrogated its responsibilities by revoking the citizenship of a dual national ...  
Australia's sovereignty is in unsafe hands

Since World War II Australia has progressively ceded its sovereignty to the United States.  
The USA, CIA and a poor night’s sleep for the world

Biden’s choice of William Burns as CIA director indicates that the USA's foreign policy is ...  
Australian sovereignty: The long and short of it

Projections on Australia’s future are bleak if it maintains its hostility to China and cloying ...  
Give the ADF a chance to do the right thing

The Prime Minister and Liberal MP Andrew Hastie have perpetuated tension between the Government ...  
A truth-telling War Memorial does not need 2.5 hectares of extra floor space

Money spent on a proposed extension to the Australian War Memorial should be dedicated to telling ...  
HELEN CALDICOTT: Time to learn lessons of the past on nuclear

The threat of nuclear warfare is ever-present despite the horrors of the past, writes Dr Helen ...  
What the Afghanistan report means for the commanders

Actions taken at lower levels to cover up alleged war crimes mean that no officer from the Aust ...  

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