Crikey readers on Australia-China relations, and the question of the congestion tax.
Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is at odds over the "China debate" as Josh Frydenberg calls for Australia to back the US, and police probe terror links following a mosque attack in Norway. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
The coinciding reelections of Scott Morrison and Indonesia's Joko Widodo gives Australia an opportunity to reaffirm its goals with its rapidly growing neighbour.
Labor mixes up its extremely important trade partners, Brian Burston beats his old boss Pauline Hanson on power station trivia, and new conservative activist group Advance Australia really knows how to use social media.
One month after becoming Vietnam's second joint president and party secretary, "hardliner" Trong is presiding over a country rapidly outpacing its neighbours.
International policy realists have something important to say about Russia that is quite independent of Trump's fondness for Vladimir Putin.
Japan and China are stoking age-old tensions of late. But so far there has not been a peep from Canberra condemning Australia's new best friend. Should we be taking sides?