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Category Archives: Defence and national security
Secretary of State Antony Blinken postpones China trip over ‘unacceptable’ Chinese spy balloon.
HAD Jim Molan been an American seeking elected office, serious conversations in the Republican Party would inevitably have taken place about his suitability for what Captain Willard called “a top slot in the corporation.” Not the Presidency itself – he … Continue reading
Yanks flag ScoMo manoeuvre: Leaked letter reveals US concerns over AUKUS submarine deal.
■ Former US marine pilot unfairly classified ‘high-risk’ in Australian prison, lawyer says. ■ ISIS wife who returned to Australia granted bail after being charged with terror offence. Mr Miralis said it was unprecedented to have an Australian citizen with … Continue reading
Clare O’Neil warns counter-terror laws may need to change to better handle rightwing extremism.
TWO tragedies that illustrate for the discerning the state and moral quiddity of Australian foreign policy – and therefore of Australia itself – were in the news last week, actually or by implication. The first was a rapprochement with the … Continue reading
Biden was ‘expressing solidarity’ when he said ‘we’re going to free Iran,’ White House says.
And it didn’t even register: China will never renounce right to use force over Taiwan, Xi says.
I can no longer remain in today’s Democratic Party that is now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue & stoke anti-white racism, actively work to … Continue reading
I guess they’re not as dangerous as Djokovic: Secret ASIO mission to save IS families in Syria.
But nobody would publish Gray Connolly’s latest analysis of the war in Ukraine. The truth hurts: For we in the West, there is a stark contrast between Russia’s valuable acquisitions in mere months versus our years of stupid wars in … Continue reading
Biden’s boot sale for mafiosi: Only 30 percent of US weapons sent to Ukraine reach destination.
Greg Sheridan deploys the lowest bar since Mickey Rooney’s short-lived career as a high jumper: China moved the world closer to war this week. Pelosi has received a lot of bipartisan, Republican support for this trip. One Republican, of course, … Continue reading
We need to play into that debate in Beijing, play into the debate about whether Xi Jinping’s foreign policy has, after all, been so smart; by the way, ending up an ally of Russia’s in its catastrophic war in Ukraine. … Continue reading
■ Debt to GDP ratio: America: 107%. Great Britain: 80.70%. Australia: 45.10%. Russia: 12.20%. ■ Larry Elliott: Russia is winning the economic war and Putin is no closer to withdrawing troops.
Penny Wong launches charm offensive in the Pacific in a bid to counter influence from China.
HMAS Adelaide experiences more mechanical problems, months after Tonga deployment. Australia’s largest warship is being hampered by new mechanical problems, placing limits on its speed, just months after suffering a complete power failure during a humanitarian mission to Tonga… A … Continue reading
Scott Morrison questions Richard Marles’ ‘strangely high’ number of meetings with China officials.