Sky News' Paul Murray was the only Australian journalist to score an exclusive interview with Donald Trump during Scott Morrison's state visit. Although calling it an interview might be a stretch.
Fraught relations with China could affect Chinese-Australians for generations to come.
If US state dinners are as momentous as the media has led us to believe, why hasn't the 'special alliance' afforded Australia more than a smattering of invites?
Who can urinate the highest? Will it be the mop-top maverick Boris Johnson, the tariff man Donald Trump or, er, Australian Attorney-General Christian Porter?
Former Trump adviser John Bolton may have been the biggest cheerleader for war with Iran, but that doesn't mean his departure will help fix tensions.
It's well known that business and politics cannot be separated in China. But, for once, Canberra is not standing by while the rights of an Australian are infringed.
Carrie Lam has generally condemned violence, while refusing demands for independent investigation into police brutality. The whole world can see the truth she is avoiding.