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Australia Furthers Its Cooperation With NATO
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Australia Furthers Its Cooperation With NATO
August 29, 2019

Australia’s involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan as a non-NATO member has been one of the most prominent and reportedly in relation to training missions, although it was also involved in capturing and detaining alleged terror suspects.

Report: Prepare for the Climatic Collapse of Civilization
June 13, 2019

The authors of the Australian report believe that mid-21st century is the “point of no return” for Earth’s climate. However, other scientists believe that we have already reached that point.

Report: Prepare for the Climatic Collapse of Civilization
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Stripping Away Local Governmental Powers: a Global Rising Tide of Fascism
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Stripping Away Local Governmental Powers: a Global Rising Tide of Fascism
July 18, 2018

Around the world, local governments at the municipal, provincial, and regional levels are finding themselves under siege by central governments exercising what can only be described as fascist grabs for unitary executive power.

In the South Pacific, the ANZUS Squawk Is ‘the Chinese are coming!’
April 24, 2018

On November 4, 2018, an independence referendum will be held in New Caledonia. Right-wing parties, representing the French colonial interests, have warned an independent New Caledonia may go the way of Vanuatu, the implication being that the Chinese may be welcomed to the new nation.

In the South Pacific, the ANZUS Squawk Is ‘the Chinese are coming!’
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Mixed Messages Could Lead To Disaster: Just What Is US Official Policy Concerning Russia?
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Mixed Messages Could Lead To Disaster: Just What Is US Official Policy Concerning Russia?
July 12, 2017

To the anguish and annoyance of much of the Western media, the recent meeting in Hamburg between Presidents Trump and Putin was a success. On the Sunday following their discussions on Friday 7 July there was not one single positive comment piece or headline in any of the usual anti-Russia chorus line — including the Washington Post, London’s Sunday Telegraph, the New York Times, London’s Mail on Sunday, and the Boston Sunday Globe (to name but a few)…

With an Eye on China, Australia-India Warily Embrace
June 20, 2017

When India recently decided against allowing Australia to join the upcoming Malabar joint naval exercises it holds annually with the United States and Japan, the move immediately sparked speculation that New Delhi’s exclusion aimed to appease China.

With an Eye on China, Australia-India Warily Embrace
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Did India Miscalculate China’s Red Lines in Australia Snub?
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Did India Miscalculate China’s Red Lines in Australia Snub?
June 9, 2017

India has denied Australia’s request to send a flotilla to the annual U.S.-Japan-India trilateral Malabar exercise, to be held in the Bay of Bengal in July. Citing Indian diplomats and military officials, Reuters reported in late May that New Delhi’s decision to deny the request was intended to assuage Chinese concerns about encirclement and avoid a stronger Chinese military presence in the Indian Ocean. If true, then this would represent a misreading of Chinese perceptions: China likely would not have interpreted Australia’s participation in the exercise as a major security challenge, nor would it have overreacted. Given the potential benefits, India should consider including Australia in this exercise or in a future iteration of the exercise.

Canberra’s National Identity Problem
May 1, 2017

Australia has announced sweeping reforms to its rules on immigration and citizenship. It has discovered that national identity is important and must be preserved. In fact, the group instincts that hold us together as a nation are stronger than most realize and operate at every level of society.

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