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Australia could join UK-led international alliance, abandoning Asia

The British Government seems intent on sustaining its international prominence through deepened ...  
Not sleepwalking but marching with eyes wide open to war

While the USA moves towards war, anti-China rhetoric grows on a daily basis and the idea of war ...  
The Republican effort to reclaim power and threaten American democracy

After the fall of the Trump Administration, the GOP is making new efforts to regain power by ...  
Lula da Silva is Bolsonaro's biggest threat in Brazil's upcoming elections

As Lula re-emerges in Brazil's national affairs, Jair Bolsonaro's position is increasingly under ...  
Post-Capitol attack, the threat of violence haunts trigger-happy U.S.

Anyone shocked by the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6 will find recent comments posted on ...  
How the global media tried to manufacture consent on Bolivia

To understand what is going on in Bolivia, one must return to 2019, when then-President Evo ...  
Disruption in telecoms market to deliver better speeds and prices

We are getting closer to using alternative broadband solutions, offered by international ...  
George Floyd trial begins: 'Just look at the torture video'

The trial of Derek Chauvin – accused of murdering the unarmed Black man, George Floyd last May ...  
Biden, alongside Morrison, Modi and Suga, continues conflict with China

The U.S. is determined to maintain its dominance over the world and is unlikely to forfeit that ...  
Palestinian women struggle for social and political active participation

COVID-19, violence, division and the Israeli foreign occupation impose new challenges and serious ...  
We're good at giving guns but not at taking in victims of war

People are fleeing wars in which Australia is deeply involved, so our responsibility to provide ...  
Looking to Germany for an Australian republic model

Australia could follow the example set by the German system of government to find a way to achieve ...  
China outpaces Australia as we cosy up to the U.S.

Australia risks ostracising it from the rest of Asia if it continues to stringently oppose China ...  
Repeatedly going to war: The cost of our U.S. alliance

Our alliance with the U.S. helps keep its war machine rolling, but the cost to Australia must be ...  
Diplomacy in decline: Filling Australia's foreign policy void

Australian diplomacy has been on the decline and independence is necessary in order to repair ...  
Sumgilbar people in PNG triumph over foreign mining company

A mining company's withdrawal from mining sands in Papua New Guinea is a testament to local ...  
The Australian Government's shameful exploitation of international students

Australia has exploited international students by reaping the benefits of their economic contri ...  
Yemen: The century’s worst famine and a stain on the conscience of humanity

The conflict in Yemen is a humanitarian crisis made worse by the involvement of Western governm ...  

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