Australia should take a firm stand on trade issues with China, appeals US Secretary of State

Australia should take a firm stand on trade issues with China, appeals US Secretary of State

Canberra: US State Secretary warned that Australia needs to take a firm stand in the matters of trade with China, realising that the trade relations with China and the activities of the Chinese military are interlinked. Secretary of State, Pompeo, is Currently, on a visit to the Indo-Pacific and Australia is the most crucial stage […]

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Back door access necessary in social media, to stop terrorism and atrocities against children, demands intelligence agency Five Eyes Alliance nations

Back door access necessary in social media, to stop terrorism and atrocities against children, demands intelligence agency Five Eyes Alliance nations

London: In a meeting held in London, intelligence agencies called for a special access to social media platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp to prevent terror attacks and to combat child abuse. A meeting of ‘Five Eyes Alliance’, an independent and influential group of intelligence agencies at the international level, started in the British capital of […]

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Australia indicates controls over the ‘Big Tech’ companies including Google and Facebook

Australia indicates controls over the ‘Big Tech’ companies including Google and Facebook

Canberra: Following the United States, European Union and France, even Australia has indicated to rein in the bigwigs such as Facebook, Google and alike from the technology sector. The Australian government, in its reports released on Friday, has recommended more regulations on these technology bigwigs like Google and Facebook. ‘Companies like Google and Facebook need […]

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Chinese and Hong Kong students clash in Australia over the Hong Kong issue

Chinese and Hong Kong students clash in Australia over the Hong Kong issue

Canberra: The reflections of the agitations against the Chinese oppression in Hong Kong, are seen even in foreign countries. Clashes were reported in an Australian university, between students from Hong Kong and China. Therefore, there are signs of the Hong Kong issue igniting in Chinese citizens living in foreign countries. Some students had organised a […]

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Chinese ‘Spy’ destroyer spies on war exercises of US, Japan and Australia

Chinese ‘Spy’ destroyer spies on war exercises of US, Japan and Australia

Canberra: Joint war exercises between the United States, Japan and Australia are to commence in two days. Australia claimed that these were very important for the security of the Indo-Pacific region. In this scenario, a Chinese ‘Spy’ destroyer has reached the marine region near Australia, to spy on the war exercises. The Australian navy has […]

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Australian PM visits Solomon Islands in the Pacific in view of the rising Chinese influence; announces financial aid of $250 million

Australian PM visits Solomon Islands in the Pacific in view of the rising Chinese influence; announces financial aid of $250 million

Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison started his visit to the Solomon Islands with precise words ‘The Solomon Islands is the closest member in the Australian family in the Pacific. To increase the influence in the Pacific, it is necessary to show your presence. Therefore, my first official foreign visit after the elections is to […]

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China entangling Pacific countries in a debt trap accuses US Ambassador to Australia

China entangling Pacific countries in a debt trap accuses US Ambassador to Australia

Canberra: US Ambassador to Australia, Arthur Culvahouse warned ‘China is implementing a policy of trapping the Pacific countries in the vice-like grip of unsecured loans. Although the funds are attractive and easily available to these countries, it is necessary to understand the conditions attached to the loans thoroughly.’ At the same time, he reminded that […]

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Australia to make a significant investment in the space, says Air Marshal Leo Davis

Australia to make a significant investment in the space, says Air Marshal Leo Davis

Canberra: “Space is one of those domains that Australia needs to expand – our understanding of what is in the sky above us is important”, Chief of the Australian Air force, Air Marshal Leo Davies hinted at Australian government’s willingness to make a significant investment in space. This announcement by Australia assumes significance, amid warnings […]

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