FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A recommended Weekend read. Columnist Laurie Oakes takes Australian opposition leader to task on several key issues ranging from traditional bi-partisan support for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to industrial relations. Read more from Sydney in The Telegraph.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The Burmese government has done itself another favor by releasing 514 political prisoners in a move aimed at heading-off any embarrassment caused by their unwarranted incarceration during a visit to the United States by […]
AsiaWATCH — When hijackers crashed into the World Trade Center, their primary hope was to inspire a global jihad. Luke Hunt reports. Under Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaeda organisation Muslims were expected to rise […]
AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENT — In the coming months, the United Nations and the Australian government will square off over whether to list the Great Barrier Reef as endangered. Environmentalists said the unique marine park is threatened by […]