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‘Backwards’ federal budget: Morrison government never fails to disappoint on climate action

Image: Shuttlestock When it comes to action on climate change, Tuesday’s federal budget delivered by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was a real – though not unexpected –...

Australians pessimistic about economic outlook and even more suspicious of China: 2020 Lowy poll

Unsplash/Joost M, Author provided The Lowy Institute’s 2020 “Understanding Australian Attitudes to the World” poll has found “unprecedented shifts” in Australian public opinion, with more...

Attending the G7 in the US carries great diplomatic risks for Australia

Picture: Mick Tsikas/AAP “What’s in it for us?” This is the first question Prime Minister Scott Morrison should have asked himself when US President Donald Trump invited...

Trotters treat

Pig Feet Rice: today’s culinary adventure, in Phnom Penh (apologies to my vegan friends). Braised Chinese style, the pork is mostly succulent skin, soft...

WHO DOESN’T LIKE TOM YUM?

Bangkok, Siem Reap, Hoi An, Lombok, Hikkaduwa, Hong Kong, KL, East St Kilda … anywhere, anytime. Even Australia’s sorry “seafood extender” substitute seems at...

STORM OVER CAMBODIA AS A FIERY SUN SETS OVER CHINA … LIKE THE FLAMING DRAGON COMING OVER THE HORIZON

A dark storm, spitting thunder and lightning, hangs over Cambodia’s Phnom Penh, as the fiery red sunset bathes Laos and China to the northwest…  The...