As the Sydney Morning Herald observed, the US program 'echoes Australia's use of Nauru and Manus Island in Papua New Guinea'.
'We have frankly said, and always will say: If there is an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, we won't agree to the presence of one Israeli in it...'
The next administration must stop enabling Israel to pursue policies which are to its detriment and insist that Israel genuinely engage in the process of reconciliation.
Our prosperity is largely dependent upon us being able to sail through international waters and should this be impeded then the costs to trade would soar as longer shipping routes and higher insurance rates would be incurred.
Hanson and Roberts hail from a long line of populists suspicious of the 'international institution', which they regard as something of a meddling, threatening Frankenstein.
Donald Trump's absurd candidacy for the presidency has obscured the broad-based resentment at continuing levels of immigration and the problems faced by lower income Americans.
What you will never see is a similar full-page advertisement calling for Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, or indeed any of Chinaís political prisoners, to be released.
Is the plan to dump this sub design in a few years time and go nuclear, or to dump the French completely and get back to the Japanese who by then will have something to sell?
Netanyahu's description of any potential evacuation of the West Bank colonies reflects the ethics of settler colonialism in which any attempt to dislocate the settlers is now equated with injustice.
The United Nations has allowed the conflict between Hamas and the PLO to career out of control for the last 10 years.
Why should he worry about it now, when the international community is preoccupied with so many other conflicts in the Middle East?
There are many people living here from Malaysia, Taiwan, and other places whose people identify as Chinese or as Chinese-Australians. Should they be celebrating Mao's anniversary?