A Clinton presidency would hardly be that prudent, nor particularly wise, but that is the Ramos-Horta verdict, his own variant of an external endorsement that is bound to fall on deaf ears in the United States.
Nuclear Weapons States have utterly failed to deliver on article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proiferation Treaty, which obliges them to dsimantle their nuclear weapons
Make no mistake – we will all suffer if progressivism becomes Judenrein.
Countries especially those in the US-led global coalition to counter ISIL now face a terrorist threat level that is higher than it was post 9/11.
Democrat John F Kennedy probably wouldn't care much about the allegations of Trump's sexual advances on women, but a man of his intellect would find him to be boorish and uncouth.
The three Presidential debates have now passed without one question being asked by any of the moderators on America's future relationship with Israel.
It takes a fair bit to rouse a long-retired and happily inactive defence analyst from his torpor, but the Minister for Defence, Senator Marise Payne, has succeeded in doing just that.
Clinton’s no-fly zone over Libya proved disastrous and has already been rejected by Russia over Syria.
Australia has done nothing to support calls for an international commission of inquiry even though the Sri Lankan Government continues to persecute Tamils.
Daesh's calls for more lone wolf attacks – including with the use of knife tactics – buttress the larger strategy of utilising returning foreign fighters.
Both terrorist organisations have been the subject of many unanimous Security Council resolutions declaring them to be a threat to world peace and security – but all such resolutions have stopped short of authorising military action.
How can we watch Aleppo's systematic destruction and allow the daily massacre of hundreds of innocent women and children?