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It is still not clear why Tony Abbott seems determined to trash Australia's hard-won reputation as a good citizen of the world, but there can be no doubt that he no longer cares what our erstwhile friends and neighbours think of us provided that he can achieve his short term domestic objectives.
JAKARTA: Indonesia may see less foreign capital inflows next year, which could affect its ability to fill the gap in its external balance, as the United States Federal Reserve likely begins curbing its stimulus spending, according to a finance ministry official.
Last minute efforts by negotiators to reach a compromise on the agriculture issue at the ninth World Trade Organization Ministerial Meeting could be in vain, with talks reaching their final day on Friday.
Australia remains trapped in a growing intelligence bog as allegations of espionage against Timor Leste trigger another diplomatic spat and the nation's spy agencies brace for even more damaging revelations.
Chances of a breakthrough in global trade negotiations dimmed as India refused to budge on food subsidies that are an obstacle to an eleventh hour agreement at a WTO summit.
Jeremy Jones, Director of International and Community Affairs for the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council, was one of a small, select group of podium speakers at the inaugural World Culture Forum , an event eight years in the planning which host country Indonesia plans on making an equivalent to the Davos World Economic Forum and the World ... (more)
It is no secret that countries spy on each other. As Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Parliament on November 19, "every government gathers information and... every government knows that every other government gathers information".
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has publicly rebuked the ABC for publishing stories about Australia's spy agencies, but says he has no plans to retaliate by cutting funding to the public broadcaster.
Amid the growing political unrest in Thailand, with protesters calling on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to step down, the Indonesian government has reiterated that it supported the current government in Thailand because it had been formed through a legitimate and democratic process.
Australia's spy agency offered to share information about its own citizens with its foreign intelligence partners, according to leaked documents published Monday.
Move is part of Beijing's plan to explore 'Silk Roads' and reform targets to expand economic clout, and is aimed at countering Japan's influence President Xi Jinping, at his meeting with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, has called for an infrastructure-dedicated bank.