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US shift in attitudes over energy needs
13 July 2005 , The Australian Financial Review , Frydenberg, J.
The politics of oil and security are making for strange bedfellows, writes Joshua Frydenberg. Despite the terrorist bombings in London rightly seizing the attention of the world, the global agenda at this year's G8 summit ...
Downer's guiding principles
21 December 2004 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.
The Foreign Minister has changed how Australia is thought of abroad, writes Joshua Frydenberg. ALEXANDER Downer, who became Australia's longest-serving foreign minister yesterday, has an international and political outlook guided by his belief in seven ...
How to step up the war on terror in our backyard
17 December 2004 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.
We've been reminded again that the danger is clear and present. THIS week there have been two significant events, one local, the other international, that serve to remind Australians of the clear and present danger ...
New Technology and New Liberalism
1 June 1999 , Options , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Why China’s anger should worry us
14 May 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Timor could be Australia’s coming of age
29 April 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Freedom our burden
26 April 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Why Pinochet must now be tried
26 March 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Timor’s freedom can herald a better century
1 March 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
How to save the republic
4 February 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
How the UN lost its way
27 January 1999 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Timor plan is more palatable after dinner
14 January 1999 , The Australian , FrydenFrydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
AN initially acrimonious dinner between Alexander Downer and Portuguese Foreign Minister Jaime Gama last February sowed the seeds of the Howard Government's historic policy switch on East Timor this week. During the dinner, in a private dining room ...
How democracy is dismantling Asian values
13 January 1999 , The Age , FrydenFrydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Khmer killers must be tried
4 January 1999 , The Age , FrydenFrydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
Wanted: a new army for a new nation
31 December 1998 , The Age , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
A correct and timely response
18 December 1998 , The Australian , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
The US attack is justified, say Josh Frydenberg and Greg Hunt, and so is Australia's support THE bombing of Iraq is necessary. It is the response to Saddam Hussein's flouting of international order and his terrible quest ...
The legal limbo that shelters human rights violators
30 October 1998 , The Australian , Frydenberg, J. and Garnett, R.
Whatever the outcome of the Pinochet case, say Richard Garnett and Joshua Frydenberg, it highlights the need for an International Criminal Court. YESTERDAY'S British High Court decision that the arrest of General Augusto Pinochet was unlawful ...
Stubborn Suharto strains a nation's loyalty
17 February 1998 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.

 

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