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Protests over banks, mortgage strike and potential domestic opponents challenge China's leader.
by Jack Chong - 10/08/2022 - 4 comments
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s meeting with King Abdullah on 27 July could see negotiations being announced shortly between Israel and Jordan to create a single territorial entity.
by David Singer - 9/08/2022 - 3 comments
Archduke Franz Ferdinand's visit to Sarajevo in 1914 was an instructive lesson on how the dumb do, at some point, ask for it.
by Binoy Kampmark - 8/08/2022 - 11 comments
I'm not a fan of Pelosi but one has to admire how she is responding to the usual threats and bullying from China as a result of her visiting Taiwan with a congressional delegation.
by Jeffrey Wall - 5/08/2022 - 25 comments
Macedonia is set up to become re-occupied by Bulgaria, this time voluntarily thanks to the ruling Coalition of Social Democrats and Albanian neo fascist political parties who work against Macedonia.
by Ordan Andreevski - 5/08/2022 - 5 comments
By continuing to defend Trump and his followers, downplaying, or simply ignoring the events of January 6 and what led up to it, Fox News is pressing our Republic ever closer to self-dissolution and authoritarianism.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 2/08/2022 - 6 comments
The two-state solution has however become politically attainable following a detailed plan for its creation in an article dated 8 June - written by Ali Shihabi a close confidante of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.
by David Singer - 2/08/2022 - 9 comments
Thursday 21st of July hearing by the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol was nothing but shocking.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 1/08/2022 - 6 comments
So far counting in just 13 of the 118 electorates has been completed. No less than 72 electorates are still counting first preferences! In nine seats counting has not even started.
by Jeffrey Wall - 29/07/2022 - 2 comments
The United States Studies Centre, a loudspeaker for Washington's opinions based at the University of Sydney, has added its bit to the militarising fun with a report on what AUKUS will be able to do.
by Binoy Kampmark - 26/07/2022 - 12 comments
While there have been many urgent economic issues arising since Albanese came to power, he has chosen to spend most of his time outside Australia, suggesting his administration may focus heavily on foreign affairs during his term.
by Murray Hunter - 25/07/2022 - 6 comments
China has an obvious interest in political instability and a lack of confidence in leaders among the people of PNG.
by Jeffrey Wall - 22/07/2022 - 16 comments


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