Australia’s candidate for Secretary-General is a favourable contender, but American backing is still up in the air.
@danrunde writes for The Interpreter, published daily by the Lowy Institute.
‘To date, Trump’s recalcitrance on climate change has shielded Australia from criticism. But now our two great Anglospheric allies – the US and UK – are on a unity ticket to help the world avoid dangerous global warming. We should join that ticket.’ https://t.co/M3377TcSaf
"The .io domain issue pales in comparison to the geostrategic stakes of the Chagos dispute for Indian Ocean security, but governments should be alert to these new actors and complications."
James Mortensen and Samuel Bashfield write for The Interpreter.
‘The defeat of Trump and the inauguration of Biden are essential steps towards the return of an America that is, in the unforgettable words of the young inauguration day poet Amanda Gorman, “bruised, but whole, benevolent, but bold, fierce and free”’. https://t.co/M3377TcSaf