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Southern Ukraine looms as key battleground in Putin’s war

Southern Ukraine looms as key battleground in Putin’s war

An offensive in the south will be a violent, hard fought and very bloody affair.

  • by Mick Ryan

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Proud for Albanese to stand with the world’s democracies
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Proud for Albanese to stand with the world’s democracies

Readers discuss the benefits and risks from Anthony Albanese’s visit to Ukraine; mask mandates and other COVID restrictions; and the behaviour of Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon.

Albanese’s trip to NATO and Ukraine was no holiday

Albanese’s trip to NATO and Ukraine was no holiday

The prime minister has travelled a lot in his first two months in the job but he is promoting vital Australian interests.

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After ‘victory’ in Luhansk, what next for Russia?

After ‘victory’ in Luhansk, what next for Russia?

Vladimir Putin has hailed Russian military success in eastern Ukraine as the shifting fortunes of war swing back toward the invaders.

  • by Mick Ryan
NATO’s China overtures a new bid for military relevance

NATO’s China overtures a new bid for military relevance

NATO’s inclusion of China in its “strategic concepts” document should be viewed predominantly as the alliance seeking new relevance in a world where the centre of military competition has moved from Europe to Asia.

  • by David Livingstone
Albanese promises Zelensky new $100m aid package during Kyiv meeting

Albanese promises Zelensky new $100m aid package during Kyiv meeting

Anthony Albanese met the Ukrainian president face-to-face in a historic trip and vowed to help him fight Russia’s “amoral invasion” for as long as it takes.

  • by Rob Harris
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Liberalism is better with a dose of populist wisdom
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Opinion

Liberalism is better with a dose of populist wisdom

Just a handful of years ago, there was global hand-wringing over the death of social democracy, and yet this week, there it was, in all its righteous glory,

  • by Parnell Palme McGuinness
The fall and rise of NATO

The fall and rise of NATO

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has revitalised the world’s largest military alliance, which has not lost sight of the threat posed by Beijing either.

  • by Rob Harris
Rudd to help investigate ways to deter future aggression against Ukraine

Rudd to help investigate ways to deter future aggression against Ukraine

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd has been appointed to an international panel that will look at how other countries can provide Ukraine with a security guarantee.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Forging closer ties with NATO will help us in our own region
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Editorial

Forging closer ties with NATO will help us in our own region

For security and economic reasons, Anthony Albanese is right to build on our relationship with the major Western alliance.

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‘You’re back’: Emmanuel Macron singles out Tanya Plibersek at oceans summit

‘You’re back’: Emmanuel Macron singles out Tanya Plibersek at oceans summit

The French President gave Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek a warm welcome in Portugal ahead of his meeting with Anthony Albanese in Paris.

  • by Latika Bourke