What we talk about when we talk about China

On Australian approach Venise Alstergren writes: Re.

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On Australian approach

Venise Alstergren writes: Re. “Businesses don’t like it, but Turnbull is dead right about China” (Thursday)

Perhaps Malcolm Turnbull-faced by even more negative polls should forfeit the job of PM and be shifted to Foreign Affairs and Julie Bishop -- who assails us from the rigours of the socially aware pages of the press -- could be given Rural Affairs, or be made Minister for Ageing (a job she held previously in the early 2000s). And Barnaby Joyce be given the order of the boot.

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2 thoughts on “What we talk about when we talk about China

  1. Bill Hilliger

    Wars maketh the American economy.

  2. warwick fry

    Graybul – I liked your comment until this:
    “Renew, repair the severely frayed social fabric that if left untended will surely destroy both past, present and future claims to world leadership.”
    Why should the social fabric be predicated upon ‘world leadership’ ! ??

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