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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 ...  
A People's Inquiry: Australia must reconsider its relationship with the U.S.

It is time to re-evaluate the U.S.-Australian alliance in light of challenges such as internati ...  
Afghan War shows the need for a people’s inquiry into the U.S. alliance

The aimlessness of Australia’s involvement in the Afghanistan War is a reminder of the need to ...  
War crimes report: Changing the culture and facing the true cost of war

Australians will be disheartened by the ADF's report on war crimes committed by our special ...  
Nuclear weapons treaty backed by 50 nations to become international law

A treaty designed to ban nuclear weapons has become a major step in the elimination of global ...  
Questionable amended defence legislation should be opposed

A bill is before Federal Parliament to enable the ADF, Reserves, foreign military forces and ...  
Security agencies assume greater role in Australian policymaking

The question taxing many is why are our security services and not the Department of Foreign ...  
Getting back to the roots of spycraft

Security agencies are now accustomed to high-tech spying methods, but old-fashioned techniques ...  
Australia's trend toward Dutton-style government power

Peter Dutton's powerful base for exercising control over his fellow Australians appears unchall ...  
Dutton misleads on his role in protecting public health

Dutton denies his public health role in the Ruby Princess debacle — but the Migration Act says ...  
Questions remain over U.S. and CIA role in Whitlam's dismissal

Archives from the White House and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) would shed more light on ...  
Morrison's more aggressive military stance only antagonises

Morrison’s latest $270 billion military funding“update” is a misplaced policy that antago ...  
Media must inform public of true 'values and interests' driving foreign policy

The mainstream media has a duty to see through our government's political smokescreen when it ...  

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