What Canberra’s turmoil means for foreign policy (The Interpreter)

The latest eruption of political infighting in Canberra was unusual for the ineptitude of its instigators, who failed to get their own candidate into the job, and the persistence of the after-shocks. These included the resignation from parliament of the defeated prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and the decision by the well-regarded foreign minister, Julie Bishop, to step down.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/what-canberra-s-turmoil-means-foreign-policy

Allan Gyngell

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