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Australia needs US regional help
22 August 2007 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.
On a wide variety of issues, the region cannot cast off its ties with America. IT IS said that good relationships take time and great relationships take work. It is with this motto in mind ...
Rudd's attempt to hijack Menzies legacy doomed
30 April 2007 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.
Labor leader Kevin Rudd cannot have it both ways. He can't accuse the Prime Minister of being stuck in the past, as he did at the weekend's ALP national conference, and, when convenient, use Liberal founder ...
The world will pay a heavy price if Iran gets nuclear weapons
11 April 2007 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.
The West, Russia and China do not want a Middle East arms race. SHEIKH Taj al-Din al-Hilali's visit to Tehran, where he paid homage to the world's most dangerous regime, is truly reprehensible. He and ...
Bush has to tackle global warming, now
2 February 2007 , The Age , Frydenberg, J.
The President is under increasing pressure from his supporters. PRESIDENT Bush is playing catch-up. His warning in last week's State of the Union address about the "serious challenge of global climate change" and his commitment ...
University focus builds stage for economic innovation
16 January 2007 , The Australian , Frydenberg, J. and Davis, G.
Under Arnold Schwarzenegger's leadership, California is providing lessons for Australia's future on technology, education and stem cell research, suggest Glyn Davis and Joshua Frydenberg CALIFORNIA believes it is inventing the future. Manufacturing will always gravitate to ...
Nothing foreign in this policy
6 March 2006 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
IN the afterglow of its celebrations of a decade in office, a key question emerges for the Howard Government. What have been the key policies, events and structures that have shaped the way Australia has ...
Bush in last-chance saloon
31 January 2006 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
PRESIDENT George W. Bush will speak to a television audience to rival the Oscars when he appears before a joint sitting of the US Congress tonight to deliver his State of the Union address. Ever ...
Yes, Ms President?
5 January 2006 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
CONDOLEEZZA Rice, who is coming to Australia next week, is described as "the rock star of American politics". The woman who stood beside President George Bush as National Security Adviser in the dark days following ...
PM sits at the top table
16 December 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
AUSTRALIA'S participation in this week's inaugural East Asian Summit was a triumph for Australian diplomacy and a reflection of the deep relationships we have built with our neighbours. Our involvement in this new 16-nation grouping ...
Multi-ethnic coalition the next test for Iraqi democracy
12 December 2005 , The Australian , Frydenberg, J. and al-Moumin, M.
The future of a country and the stability of a region are at stake with this week's election, say Joshua Frydenberg and Mishkat al-Moumin THIS week's election is the most important moment in the brief ...
US and China play nice
23 November 2005 , The Courier Mail , Frydenberg, J.
Josh Frydenberg analyses George W. Bush's visit to China 'In the past such comments may have ignited a strong rebuke from the Chinese leadership, this time there was little response' PRESIDENT George W. Bush's weekend ...
Living with fear
16 November 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
TERRORISM has become a constant in our lives with three distinct events illustrating the true nature of the threat and the challenges we face in defeating the enemy. The allegations against those arrested in Melbourne ...
Mafia prosecutor may save Bush's bacon
4 November 2005 , The Courier Mail , Frydenberg, J.
A Supreme Court nominee could boost an embattled US President, writes Joshua Frydenberg A NEW storm is brewing in America. It's not Hurricane Katrina or Wilma but an intense political battle between the Democrats and Republicans ...
No need for panic, says PM Caging the bird flu
25 October 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
BIRD flu is a global threat growing by the day, with more than 60 human deaths in South-East Asia. Contaminated birds have been found in Europe and the United Nations has warned of the spread ...
Let's work a miracle
11 October 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
LAST month the World Economic Forum rated the Australian economy for the first time in its top 10 most competitive countries in the world. With Australia's record low levels of unemployment and inflation, sizeable budget ...
Hell in world basket case
26 September 2005 , The Courier Mail , Frydenberg, J.
'The majority of the world's leaders have stood idly by, waiting patiently for diplomacy to end the humanitarian disaster' Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe shouldn't be rewarded for despotism, says Joshua Frydenberg AMID the celebrations in New ...
All eyes on court nominee
20 September 2005 , The Courier Mail , Frydenberg, J.
THE recent retirement of United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the subsequent death of Chief Justice William Rehnquist have presented President George W. Bush with two of the most important decisions of ...
A sacrifice for safety
13 September 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
THREATS of al-Qaida attacks against Melbourne along with Sunday's anniversary of September 11 are timely reminders of the dangers we face in the war against terrorism. While we continue to make progress in our efforts ...
Katrina’s tragic lessons
6 September 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J.
NOT unlike the events of September 11, Hurricane Katrina has shocked a nation, which is now seeking answers. While, understandably, many did not expect the terrorist attacks on the homeland nearly four years ago, a ...
A long and bloody road to victory
14 July 2005 , Herald Sun , Frydenberg, J. and Hunt, G.
TWO decades ago, the great African writers Ali Mazrui and Chinua Achebe challenged Western Leftists who thought the spread of democracy into Africa was imperialism. Mazrui and Achebe both argued that not only was democracy ...

 

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