On his article “Risk and reward in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” for The Interpreter, the Liberal Party member of the Australian Parliament Dave Sharma affirms that “Donald Trump’s unconventional approaches may be just what are needed.”
The author defends that a unilateral decision in a controversial international issue without the support from any other major nation [...]
Listening to the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs’ Magna Carta Lecture hosted by The British High Commission on 8 February 2013, I wondered about what criteria Mr Bob Carr uses to approve or condemn international diplomatic incidents – and interests.
In a speech titled ‘Perspectives on Human Rights and Australian Foreign Policy’, the minister affirmed that [...]
Religion is back on the Australian political scene with the leader of the Opposition claiming that “God is not a natural preserve of conservatives” and revealing the German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer as “the man I admire most in the history of the twentieth century”. As a member of the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship, Kevin Rudd is [...]
The modern international economy makes it possible for a country to be the ninth largest economy in the world and have about half of its population living in poverty conditions.
That is the situation in Brazil, one of the world’s top five food exporters (the largest producer of beef, coffee and sugar) with a First [...]