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World May 23, 2015
Might of the West looks lacking against the Islamic State
Assad regime genocide fears; Rohingya crisis is a test of ASEAN strength.
World May 09, 2015
Bougainville future hangs in balance
Australian links to Texas shooting. Opium’s new highs.
World May 16, 2015
Julie Bishop faces test over execution of foreign aid cuts
Jokowi strengthens Papua relations; Singapore’s new media predicament; tense days in the Middle East.
World May 02, 2015
UK Labour Party stands clear of Murdoch
Greek ‘gambler’ out. Abe minces words. Rebuilding Nepal. Jokowi’s death row.
World April 25, 2015
British intel expert joins Abbott review
Agencies hack foreign states. Xi’s Pakistan deal. Kudos for NZ Anzacs.
News April 18, 2015
Japan and US enclose Chinese coast within sensor net
The US and Japan have quietly cornered the Chinese navy with an undersea surveillance ring that is framing Australia’s defence policy.
World April 18, 2015
Hillary Clinton’s presidency bid two-edged for Australia
Julie Bishop in Iran. Australian soldiers face turmoil in Iraq. Mahathir calls out Najib Razak.
World April 11, 2015
Final touches close in Iran nuclear deal
Bishop and Zarif talks; Greek bailout beyond even Putin; Jokowi holds hopes for Chan and Sukumaran.
News April 04, 2015
Sydney man running for Ugandan presidency
Sydney-based doctor Aggrey Kiyingi hopes to unseat Uganda's dictator president.
World April 04, 2015
Yemen Shia uprising threatens Iran nuclear deal
Nigeria elects former coup leader; US banning gays on religious grounds; India’s free speech; capital punishment.
World March 28, 2015
Glowing tributes for Malcolm Fraser and Lee Kuan Yew
Lee Kuan Yew played to win; Netanyahu shores up foreign allies; ASIS to train Japanese spies.
Travel March 28, 2015
Myanmar’s new tourist wave
Myanmar is finding its feet as a tourist destination, and the best way to take advantage is to leave the ground.