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Issue #1953

China, Russia continue to cooperate on fighting colour revolutions, safeguarding political security: Wang Yi

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday China and Russia will continue to cooperate in fighting the colour revolutions and disinformation, and safeguarding political security together in 2021 ...

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Issue #1968

China, Russia agree to extend Good-Neighbourliness Treaty as Putin congratulates CPC on centenary in phone call with Xi

Chinese President Xi Jinping held a video meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday three days ahead of the centennial of the Communist Party of China ...

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Issue #1954

The Lowy Institute and a review of Xi Jinping: the backlash

Australia has forty-two think tanks, of which the Lowy Institute for International Policy was ranked 64th in the world by the Think Tank and Civil Societies Program of 2018.

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Issue #1953

Peter Dutton continues to abuse the rights of refugees to healthcare

The Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton has once again shown his utter disregard for the health and wellbeing of refugees and asylum seekers.

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Issue #1961

Federal court upholds India travel ban

In a judgment handed down on the 10th May, the Federal Court of Australia (FCA) upheld the federal government’s India travel ban.

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Issue #1967

Putin-Biden summit

On 16th June, an event advertised as at least noteworthy occurred in Geneva: the Putin-Biden summit.

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Issue #1951

History of East Timor and Australia on the 79th anniversary of Darwin and Timor

The 19th of February marked the 79th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin by Japanese fascists in 1942, which resulted in the deaths of around 250 people.

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Issue #1959

Australia scraps BRI agreements, eager to injure relationship with number one trade partner

The Morrison government has vetoed the state of Victoria by cancelling four agreements it had with other nations relating to cooperation and education.

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Issue #1953

End fascism in the Philippines! Stop Australian military aid to the Philippines!

As execution of human rights activists heightens in the Philippines, the Australian Action for Peace and Development in the Philippines calls for the Australian Government to stop using tax payer’s money in supporting the Philippine military.

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Issue #1970

New international coalition seeks to further UN charter principles

Seventeen countries joined together to launch their initiative, forming the Group of friends in defence of the Charter of the United Nations.

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Issue #1950

Yemen’s Victory against War

The new Biden administration announced it will end US support for offensive operations in Yemen, following a six-year war which has claimed the lives of over 200,000 innocent Yemenis ...

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Issue #1968

NATO “testing the waters” with Russia in the Black Sea

On 23rd June, the British warship HMS Defender entered the territorial waters of Crimea, sparking a response of two warning shots from a patrol ship and four bombs dropped by a Russian Navy Su-24M jet.

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Issue #1959

MANDELA IN CUBA

When Nelson Mandela was released from prison in 1990, he asked me to write his speeches.

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Issue #1967

UK free trade deal sells out Aussie workers

Scott Morrison’s proposed UK free trade deal with Boris Johnson cuts the legs out from under Australian workers.

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Issue #1979

Coalition presses the UK to remove climate targets from trade deal

Scott Morrison has confirmed that the Coalition government pressed the UK to remove climate targets from the post-Brexit Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement

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Issue #1961

Morrison gov’t further damages relations with China!

Australia-China relations continue to deteriorate.

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Issue #1947

CPA statement on US inclusion of Cuba on its terror list

On Monday 11th January 2021, just nine days short of the end of President Donald Trump’s mandate, the State Department under Mike Pompeo unilaterally decided to include Cuba on the US list of terror. President Obama had removed Cuba from that list in 2015.

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Issue #1950

Slander and threats against the communist party of Venezuela are unacceptable

The parties signing this Joint Statement have been firmly standing at the side of the people of Venezuela and have repeatedly denounced and condemned the imperialist aggression of the United States, the European Union, and their allies in Latin America against Venezuela and the coup attempt to overthrow the elected President Nicolás Maduro. For us, denouncing and opposing the imperialist attacks against the people of Venezuela and the peoples of the world are non-negotiable.

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Issue #1969

CPA president’s contribution to the CPC and World Political Parties Summit

I thank the Communist Party of China’s International Department for the invitation to participate in this Summit.

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Issue #1980

CPA statement on the AUKUS Tripartite Agreement and nuclear-powered submarines

The Communist Party of Australia urges all its members and supporters to actively oppose the Morrison government’s decision to join the AUKUS Agreement

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Issue #1968

CPA delegation to Canberra

The CPA sent a diplomatic delegation to Canberra last week.

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Issue #1968

Only solidarity can defeat COVID

Around the globe, COVID-19 in its various mutations continues to spread, with the health systems of many developing nations unable to cope and vaccines in short supply.

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