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Letter from: Beijing … reading China like reading tea leaves

The Communist Party only has one option: it has to avoid a bust at all costs, and continue to make like the fireworks and boom, writes Matthew Clayfield, a freelance correspondent, in Beijing.

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Searing political commentary

US-China experts are calling it the most important US visit by a Chinese leader since Deng Xiaoping’s groundbreaking 1979 tour. Who said the standard of political discourse in the US was slipping?

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State of the planet

Venice offers lessons on coping with rising seas … Unions urged to wage green fight … A scramble to understand Greenland’s melting ice sheets … Global warming decision on polar bears delayed … Climate change and frog deaths

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What the overseas papers say

Ratifying Kyoto and withdrawing troops from Iraq dominated the international discussion over our new Prime Minister, with a nod to Scores, of course…

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Where does Janet Albrechtsen’s husband fit in?

Andrew Bolt joined Glenn Milne in the Costello camp three months ago, but it was the switch of The Australian’s Janet Albrechtsen last Friday which will go down in history as one of the most impactful columns of all time.

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China in contempt of Parliament – again

The People’s Republic of China is an unpleasant dictatorship – with scant regard for democracy in Australia, it appears, writes Christian Kerr.

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