The peaceful struggle of the Tibetans
Over the past decade, the Chinese military has benefited from significant funding increases.
In Tibet they’d die for a hung parliament
While we in peaceful democratic Australia have been conducting our political battles at public meetings and settling our disputes at the ballot box, in less fortunate places politics is being conducted by other means.
Tibetan protestors in India…
Michael Danby remains concerned about the details emerging from the P5+1–Iran nuclear deal.
Tonight I would like to address the worsening situation in the South China Sea, an issue that I have been interested in for many months, if not a couple of years.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop visited Iran last month. Her visit was the clearest signal yet of Iran’s continuing passage from pariah to international acceptability.
In regards to the nuclear negotiations, it seems the US, in particular, wants an agreement more than Iran.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and the Australian Government have formally welcomed the Lausanne framework for Iran’s nuclear development. Member for Melbourne Ports Michael Danby said, “When Ms Bishop is in Tehran next week, she should ask and evaluate the meaning of Iran’s persistent threats to eliminate …
What was US President Obama’s aim at the talks on Iran’s nuclear program? Prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons or achieving an agreement.
A school principal in Melbourne that Daesh has commented; the Islamic State, is a Western plot. Minister Merlino described these comments as 'incredibly reckless and dangerous'.