‘The priorities of the new administration are different from Trump’s. Australia will have to adapt quickly.
Washington will compete & co-operate with Beijing. We need to be in the administration’s ear to make sure our interests are taken into account.’ https://t.co/M3377TcSaf
"This trend of large numbers of citizens not believing in the integrity of elections and democratic institutions may pave the way for Trump to feed more stories to try to return to power in 2024, whether himself or via a surrogate, with or without GOP."
"Kurt Campbell told a Lowy Institute podcast last month that he was worried the high level in Australia of climate scepticism could affect relations with the new US administration because of the importance Mr Biden attached to tackling emissions."
"Humanity needs a very sober view of 2021 and the limits of what vaccines alone can do, lest our actions today make our future even worse than it needs to be."
@dom_ma writes for The Interpreter.
“Now Donald Trump is the first president in the history of the United States to be impeached twice. It is a fitting fate for Trump and a humiliating rebuke to those who supported him and argued for his re-election.”
@mfullilove in @FinancialReviewhttps://t.co/VsstuQ9vcI