Government And Politics

Australian court keeps Queen Elizabeth's letters secret

Mar 16, 2018

A historian lost her court bid to force the release of secret letters that would reveal what Queen Elizabeth II knew of her representative's plan to dismiss Australia's government more than 40 years ago

New Zealand puts aside Russia trade plans after nerve attack

Mar 16, 2018

New Zealand has put aside plans to pursue a free-trade deal with Russia and joined other nations in condemning the country following the poisoning of a former spy in Britain

Southeast Asian leaders gather for first Australia summit

Mar 16, 2018

Southeast Asian leaders gather for their first summit in Sydney at the weekend as Australia sets the stage for closer economic and security links to its nearest neighbors and demonstrators prepare to protest Myanmar and Cambodia's human rights records

New Zealand censures US-based envoy for anti-Trump tweets

Mar 14, 2018

New Zealand censures its second-ranking diplomat in Washington for sending tweets saying U.S. Democrats needed to get their act together for the next presidential election "or we will all die"

Cardinal's alleged victims end testimony in Australia court

Mar 14, 2018

The alleged victims of the most senior Vatican official ever charged in the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis have finished testifying to an Australian court

Chinese dissident: Even changing leaders won't change China

Mar 12, 2018

Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei says it doesn't matter if China has a change in leaders or not, the culture and the system there will always remain the same

Turnbull says US set to grant Australia tariff exemption

Mar 10, 2018

The U.S. appears set to grant Australia an exemption from its new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports following discussions between President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Marshall Islands creates its own virtual money to pay bills

Mar 3, 2018

The tiny Marshall Islands is creating its own digital currency in order to raise some hard cash to pay bills and boost the economy

200 refugees rejected by Australia have now settled in US

Mar 2, 2018

Australia's prime minister says his government will not consider options for resettling refugees languishing on Pacific islands until the United States fulfills its promise to take up to 1,250 of them.

New Zealand teen fired shot near Queen Elizabeth II in 1981

Mar 2, 2018

Newly released documents show a troubled teenager who wanted to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II during her 1981 visit to New Zealand fired a shot near her motorcade

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