Graham Hryce

Graham Hryce

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The AUKUS deal confirms Australia’s complete dependence on the US and the UK

Last week, amidst a great deal of pomp and ceremony at a San Diego, California naval base, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese signed off on...

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How the #MeToo movement crushed its Australian icon

Recent developments in the Brittany Higgins lawsuit – Australia’s most infamous #MeToo case – have cast a very unflattering light on the way the...

09.12.2022 50

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Donald Trump remains a potent political force despite the US midterm election results

Earlier this week, Donald Trump delivered a speech in which he announced that he is a candidate for the presidency in 2024, and it was something of a...

19.11.2022 30

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The ‘garden versus jungle’ worldview of the EU’s top diplomat is not only racist, it’s delusional

Josep Borrell, the European Union’s foreign policy and security chief, gave an important speech to the European Diplomatic Academy in Bruges,...

13.11.2022 20

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Australia’s most notorious #MeToo case ends in chaos

The Brittany Higgins #MeToo rape trial ended this week in Canberra, with the jury failing to reach a unanimous verdict after deliberating for seven...

28.10.2022 50

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The UK Conservatives’ self-destruction is assured

Liz Truss was finally compelled to resign as UK prime minister late last week. The radical “new era” that she had promised to usher in had lasted...

24.10.2022 10

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Truss exposes the inherent instability of Western democracies

Even fervent believers in the stability of Western democracies must surely have had their faith shaken last week by the extraordinary economic and...

03.10.2022 40

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