Lowy Institute’s Jonathan Pryke on APEC 2018.
Pryke told The Conversation "the desire for a convergence of China into the international liberal order seems like a bit of a fantasy now.”
Independent senators like Derryn Hinch or a potentially re-elected Jacqui Lambie are likely to wield significant power with the next federal Labor government, according to analysis by the Australia Institute.
The Institute's analysis suggests that, at best, after next year's half-Senate
election the ALP and Greens could have 38 senators – although more likely they would have 37.
The poll found stark differences between voting intentions and attitude to energy policy.
A new poll reveals many Australians want to cut their electricity bills - but many also want to reduce emissions.
WeChat is an all-in-one social media platform that combines services such as those offered by WhatsApp, Facebook, Uber and Apple Pay.
Chinese-language social media in Australia are increasingly a focus for local political parties.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad expressed his displeasure to Scott Morrison this week over Australia’s proposed move of its Israel embassy.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the Malaysian leader has a history of making derogatory comments about Jews.
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La formación musical en los primeros años de escolarización influye positivamente en la capacidad lectora del alumno.
The funds for the court will see the appointment of two new judges to.
deal with civil cases.
Frydenberg and Porter said ASIC’s increased enforcement activity was expected to lead to “more prosecutions by the CDPP and more civil
corporate misconduct cases before the Federal Court.”
The free trade agreement with Indonesia, which Australia originally.
hoped would be signed this week when Morrison was in Singapore for the start of the summit season, has become hostage to the embassy
The fundamental point is that those were desperate days for the Coalition and so are these. "McMahon was in survival mode," says author Patrick Mullins. The same could be said of Morrison.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Derryn Hinch on a national ICAC and the Victorian election.
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The government is more likely to beef up existing institutions but Derryn Hinch, who has been a strong advocate for a national ICAC, says "that would be wrong."
Health Minister Greg Hunt said parliament was considering further changes.
The opt-out period for the controversial My Health Record scheme is
being extended again – this time to January 31.
Fullilove suggests the time will come when Trump will put the Australian government on the spot.
In a speech titled “After the Midterms”
Fullilove warns Australia may need to increase its defence spending beyond the present commitment and urges the government to reverse some of its cuts to aid.
Scott Morrison’s personal ratings have also worsened, in a poll that.
comes in the wake of his intensive week of campaigning in the key
state of Queensland.
The Newspolls have been consistently worse for the Coalition since the
leadership change – before that Labor had been cut back to a narrow 51-49% lead.
Michelle Grattan speaks to Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
Malcolm Turnbull used his appearance on Q&A to hold his political executioners to account.
Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a hefty blow to the struggling Morrison government by refocusing attention on the one question it has desperately tried to smother. That is: why was he sacked? When he appeared…
As we look to improve the reading outcomes of our young children, more music education in our preschools and primary schools could be the answer.
Learning music in the early years of schooling can help children learn to read.
Morrison says it is time to “open a new chapter in relations with our.
The Pacific push is against the background of China's growing involvement in the area.
Ahead of the release of the most comprehensive data on loneliness in Australia, by the Australian Psychologists Society, Labor frontbencher Andrew Giles speaks about this "contagious phenomenon".
Scott Morrison is touring Queensland on the ‘Scomobile’ bus in a bid to retain marginal seats.
Katter is a politician who creates a fuss in search of a reaction. And what better time than when Morrison is heading north on a campaign journey through Queensland, making announcements as he goes?
In happier times: Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison are now in dispute about the purpose of Turnbull attending the Oceans conference on Australia’s behalf.
It has been another turbulent week in politics, this time capped off by a difference of opinion between the most recent former prime minister and the current one.
This week’s fallout from Turnbull’s Indonesian excursion has undermined Morrison on foreign policy – about which he gave his first major address on Thursday – and cast doubt on his personal credibility.
For years Turnbull had to endure the sniping of Abbott, the man he brought down. Now Turnbull is the sniper at the window, though Morrison didn't cause his fall (unless you buy the conspiracy