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Russia’s Near-Abroad Interventions: Crazy Like A Fox – Analysis

russia’s near-abroad interventions: crazy like a fox – analysis
By Enno Kerckhoff* *Introduction and Context* Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia has made several military interventions in neighbouring former Soviet republics. These actions have been..
Eurasia Review

Prez, VP continue to get less salary than top babus, chiefs

The President and the Vice-President continue to get lower salaries as compared to the top bureaucrats and service chiefs since the laws are yet to be amended to rectify an anomaly with the..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Mixed verdict on COP23 climate summit

Mixed verdict on COP23 climate summit 01:49

The COP 23 summit has wound up in Germany, with plenty of talk about saving the planet – but was anybody listening? For critics a sense of urgency was lacking at the first such UN talks since..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Cameroon's parliament building catches fire - eyewitness

Cameroon's parliament building catches fire - eyewitness 00:21

An eyewitness captures fire sweeping through Cameroon's National Assembly building
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News video: Merkel's migrant crisis stalls coalition talks

Merkel's migrant crisis stalls coalition talks 00:42

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s efforts to forge a deal with her would-be coalition partners look likely to drag on into the weekend after passing a Thursday (November 16) deadline for talks..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Police, Civilians Among Those Killed in Kabul Suicide Blast

Police, Civilians Among Those Killed in Kabul Suicide Blast 01:42

At least 18 people, including eight policemen and 10 civilians, were killed after a suspected suicide bomber detonated his explosives in Kabul, Afghanistan, on November 16, TOLO News reported. The..
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News video: Big Ben to be silenced for four years for maintenance

Big Ben to be silenced for four years for maintenance 01:56

The bongs of Big Ben, the bell inside the clock tower above the Houses of Parliament, are to be silenced for four years for conservation works. The Elizabeth Tower, home to the bells that make up..
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Canavan eyes protections in marriage bill

Cabinet minister Matt Canavan wants international covenants around religious freedoms inserted into a same-sex marriage bill before parliament.
SBS

Lidia Thorpe wins Northcote for the Greens

The Greens' Lidia Thorpe has become the first Aboriginal woman elected to Victorian parliament after claiming victory in the Northcote by-election.
SBS

Greens plan 25 seats over the next generation to become major political force

The Greens have drawn up a hit list of 25 federal Parliament seats they aim to win over the next generation – including those now held by Malcolm Turnbull and Tony Abbott.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Child Safety Minister 'horrified' to discover staffer with child porn record

Shannon Fentiman says the man was employed by Queensland Parliament, which did not conduct criminal checks, a HR shortfall that has since been rectified.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

AFP overhauled weapon management after officer stole fake gun

The federal police overhauled it's weapons management regime after a protective services officer at Parliament House stole a training gun and baton.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

How can we do democracy better?

If the system is failing and Parliament paralysed, why not use plebiscites more often?
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Pialligo Estate ready for rainbow wedding rush

With same-sex marriage laws expected to pass federal Parliament within weeks, Canberra's wedding providers and reception venues are expecting a "rainbow boom".
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Jacqui Lambie's successor Steve Martin wants Parliament to refer him to the High Court

The Devonport mayor set to replace Jacqui Lambie in the Senate has called on Parliament to refer him to the High Court, to test his eligibility for the upper house.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Parliament pulls another all-nighter debating assisted dying bill

State MPs have just pulled another all-nighter debating the assisted dying bill.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Dual citizenship laws are a tangle of contractions for NSW MPs

The rules in place for the state parliament are arguably more absurd than those for the Commonwealth.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Zed Seselja warns changes needed for marriage bill

Overwhelming national support for same-sex marriage and in every state and territory shouldn't be seen as a "blank cheque" for legislation in Parliament, Senator Zed Seselja warned on Thursday.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Greens seek advice on Bartlett eligibility

Legal advice has been sought on whether Queensland senator Andrew Bartlett could be disqualified from parliament.
SBS

Jane Garrett's allies 'incredibly angry' after Labor blocks upper house bid

As colleagues fume, Matthew Guy says ex-minister has been 'bullied out of Parliament by Daniel Andrews'.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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