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Frank Brennan. Deja vu for Timor as Turnbull neglects boundary talks

When Malcolm Turnbull became prime minister six months ago, our Timorese neighbours thought there might be an opportunity to draw a line on the past and to kick start the negotiation of a permanent maritime boundary between Australia and Timor-Leste. … Continue reading

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Japanese whaling – bad faith, bad science. Guest blogger: Walter Hamilton

Australia and Japan are at loggerheads before the International Court of Justice not because they disagree over whaling but because they disagree and are both members of the International Whaling Commission. What may at first seem a fussy distinction is … Continue reading

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