There are a lot of moving parts in Australia’s tortured energy debate – and many of the parts are moving in the wrong direction. With parliament set to resume next week, and with energy back on the agenda,
Seventy-five years ago this week, a Canberra meeting convened by Robert Menzies decided to establish a new political party, the Liberal party of Australia. The then Mr Menzies became its first parliamentary
LONDON (Reuters) - Arranging a phone call with the president of the United States used to be seen as a diplomatic win. But increasingly it comes with serious risks, from transcript leaks to domestic political
The energy minister, Angus Taylor, has ducked questions about what “negative globalism” means in the context of Australia’s participation in international climate negotiations, and has sidestepped questions
Last month, as Washington dug into a July phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Trump still made time for dinner. A state dinner, to be exact. His guests of honor?
At a refuelling stop in Honolulu on our way to Washington, a fellow reporter and I, trying to distract ourselves from the Cat Stevens ukulele covers wafting through an empty airport terminal, wondered
Conservative Jim Molan’s expected return to the Senate is set to be challenged as a candidate backed by the party’s moderate faction gears up to fight for the plum position. Richard Shields, the deputy