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US President Donald Trump (Image: AP/Alex Brandon)

Anatomy of a racist Trump tweet

Crikey talks to the experts about the US president's use of racist language on social media.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

COVID isn’t a fad. It never was, never will be, and it’s time to consider what that really means

What's happening in the US, and in Victoria, may just be a sign of what our future looks like.

Xi Jinping and Scott Morrison (Image: AAP)

The Great China Distraction: post-pandemic Australia requires more than a trade fight

An excessive focus on relations with China and the US is distracting Australians from planning for a strategically-resilient country fit for the post-pandemic world.

Tasmania’s 120-day moratorium on evictions

Good morning, early birds. Tasmania has announced a 120-day moratorium on evictions, and as Australia records over 2400 COVID-19 cases, the national cabinet has extended testing eligibility. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Vote for Mayor Pete: Buttigieg targets American expats

The 2020 US election campaign has officially hit Australian shores.

Drought funding misses the point

Crikey readers on 'drought relief roulette', facial recognition and American power.

The deceased leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Image: SalamPix/ABACA)

War is being run like the writers’ room of a Netflix series

The death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi won't deliver 'Saddam spider hole' buzz for American audiences — but it's a hell of a callback.

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Voters back US over China

Good morning, early birds. Australian voters have some ideas about who Australia should back in the ongoing US-China spat, and Boris Johnson flirts with the idea of bypassing Brexit laws. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

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Morrison pushes China in trade war turn

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has taken a side in the US-China trade war, and the family law inquiry is expected to drain vital resources from front-line domestic violence services. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Home Affairs pushes for new terror powers

Good morning, early birds. New legislation will give Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton increased powers to strip dual nationals of citizenship, and Liberal MPs threaten to jump ship following failed amendments to the NSW abortion bill. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

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