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International doctors endure hardship in COVID Australia

Internationally trained doctors are facing a raft of tribulations in COVID Australia, writes ...  
The unanswered questions surrounding 9/11

While many are quick to debunk 9/11 conspiracy theories, there are aspects of the disaster that ...  
Like the U.S., Australians angry about COVID mismanagement

Uninspiring leaders and a non-compliant public do not bode well for Australia's management of ...  
Melbourne: It's a shame about the name

It’s a bit sad that our southern city bears the name of a drudge like William Lamb. Maybe it's ...  
A reflection of decades of failed U.S. national security policy

A reckoning with America’s failed national security policy is long overdue.  
Politicians still refuse to take action on climate disaster

After Hurricane Ida, stopping the Line 3 pipeline in line with Indigenous demands is a perfect ...  
Afghanistan, ‘anarchy’ and confecting a China threat

An article making a link between International Relations theory, Afghanistan and anarchy is ...  
IA Book Club: The Shortest History of War

Jim Kable reviews Gwynne Dyer's 'The Shortest History of War', which looks at the comparative role ...  
Fire, floods and felonies: Relocation the only option for Rohingya

Rohingya refugees live in squalid shelters in Bangladesh, but camp conditions have worsened due to ...  
Coal in China: The good, the bad and the ugly

While moving towards net-zero emissions targets, the Chinese Government is making an effort to ...  
Climate crisis putting a billion children at ‘extremely high risk’

A new UN report has revealed almost half of the world’s children are seriously threatened by the ...  
Canada’s aggressive plans for immigration post-COVID-19

The Canadian Government has increased immigration targets to help its economy recover from the ...  
JOHN PILGER: How the U.S. ruined Afghanistan playing the 'great game'

The situation in Afghanistan is the result of political interference by the United States Gover ...  
Biden's Summit for Democracy an opportunity to attack China

U.S. President Joe Biden has announced that he will be inviting world leaders to talk about ...  
The economic triumph of the Afghanistan war

It’s worth taking a moment to celebrate just how much of a triumph virtually every aspect of the ...  
The debt Australia owes the people of Afghanistan

The Australian Government owes a debt to the Afghan people where welcoming 20,000 additional ...  
Media makes light of Taliban terror

Taliban atrocities in Afghanistan over the past few weeks paint a drastically different picture to ...  
Afghan women fear for their rights and safety as Taliban reclaims power

The Taliban's rise to power is likely to mean the abolition of women's rights in Afghanistan ...  

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