The prospect of a long-term peaceful outcome between North and South Korea is increasingly likely, but only if the US can play ball.
Whatever the outcome of the building trade war between the US and China, Australia's economy will be affected dramatically — for better or worse.
The decision by the US government to lay charges against a hacker working for North Korea has sparked off a debate about how the world should respond to the digital crimes of the Hermit Kingdom.
Western military attacks on Syria's chemical weapons sites serve little purpose, are entirely incoherent, and part of profoundly flawed interventionist urge that plays out as ritual that may as well be fake.
Syria and the state of the US' economy represent two key challenges for Trump in the short term. If only the president had any power to address such things ...
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The South Korean government demonstrates a flexibility and skill in dealing with all sides in the current difficult situation, writes former Australian ambassador to China Dennis Argall.