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19 Sep 2017

Malcolm Turnbull was interviewed late last month on the ABC’s flagship news current affairs program, 7.30. It wasn’t pretty viewing. Turnbull responded to host Leigh Sales’ interrogation through gritted teeth. He tetchily accused her of being “negative”: of only wanting “to talk about politics...

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15 Sep 2015

Malcolm Turnbull may well be the circuit breaker that Australia has been searching for. But he will need the big C conservatives in his party to swallow their pride.

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14 Sep 2015

The surprising news out of Australia this morning was that Tony Abbott, the serving prime minister, had been ousted.

He lost his role as leader of the ruling Liberal (in American terms, “conservative”) party and thus as head of the government. He has been succeeded, effective now, by...

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26 Mar 2015

Modi’s forthcoming visit to China has the potential to set the tone of Sino-Indian relations for years to come, according to this report.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Beijing by the end of May this year. At first glance this...

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15 Jun 2007

On 27 June 2007 Tony Blair, British Prime Minister since 1997, resigned office in favour of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown. Blair's had been a remarkable term of office.

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