Australia has a new left-leaning government

Australia has a new left-leaning government: Here’s what you need to know

May 23, 2022 After nearly a decade of conservative rule, Australian voters rejected the ruling coalition, opting instead for those who advocated for stronger climate action, gender equality, and political honesty. On Monday, Anthony Albanese, the new Labor Prime Minister, was sworn in before flying to Japan for his first meeting with allies, including US […]

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Quad leaders agree Ukraine experience

Quad leaders agree Ukraine experience should not be allowed in Indo-Pacific -Japan, Australia

WASHINGTON/TOKYO | March 3, 2022 According to the prime ministers of Japan and Australia, leaders of the Quad grouping of countries – the United States, India, Australia, and Japan – agreed on Thursday that what is happening in Ukraine should not be allowed to happen in the Indo-Pacific. The four-country coalition convened a virtual meeting

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Russia announces end of Crimea military drills, troops leaving

Russia announces end of Crimea military drills, troops leaving

Moscow, Russia | Wed, February 16, 2022 A day after announcing a first troop pullout from Ukraine’s borders, Russia claimed military training in Moscow-annexed Crimea had ended and soldiers were returning to their garrisons. “Units of the Southern Military District are moving to their permanent deployment positions after completing tactical exercises,” Moscow’s defense ministry said

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Iran's conservative press hails Raisi win

Dawn of new era’: Iran’s conservative press hails Raisi win

On Sunday, Iran’s hardline press hailed ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi’s presidential election victory, while the marginalized reformist party indulged in soul-searching. “The Dawn of a New Era,” read the joyous front-page headline of the conservative Resalat newspaper, hailing Raisi’s 62 percent victory in Friday’s election as the head of Iran’s judiciary. Raisi, a pious and

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