In view of China's restless ambition, and American distraction, ASEAN ought to be taken more seriously by Australia.
President Trump's historic visit to Israel on 22 May presents the perfect opportunity for him to deliver on the promises he made to Israel during last year's Presidential election campaign.
Trump's over-simplification of the conflict suggests he has no clue about what it would take to make peace and why the mere resumption of peace talks is dead on arrival.
Many Israelis have become complacent and succumbed to the government's argument that the continuing occupation is necessary to safeguard Israel's national security.
The people of Timor-Leste have demanded and won the right to negotiate before the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) a legal maritime boundary and a proper share of the oil and gas.
However the biggest fish snared in the Study's web of deceit is the United Nations own primary judicial branch – the International Court of Justice.
Somalis see no reason to trust this week’s conference in London after similar initiatives in the past did little to address the core issues.
Ahok was foolish to disturb the mediaeval shadows that still inform much Indonesian discourse and significant elements of its culture.
Discussions about invading Australia to prevent it being used as a base for Allied harassment never went beyond middle-ranking naval officers.
The Study omits to mention that 78% of Palestine had already become an independent Arab State in 1946 and been renamed the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan.
The Soros Foundation acted in concert with the outgoing Obama Administration and funded the Social Democrats and the Albanian political parties.
It appears that within four years it will have a missile that can hit Australia or the United States.