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Why retrospective law can be applied to the NACC


It is possible in Australia to break laws that have not yet been created, but there are instances where many would believe this is highly appropriate. The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) may be one of these. The two main principles that exist in rule of law in Australia are that if the person doing the … Continue reading

Unmasking war propaganda against Russian aggression


Since its unprovoked military aggression against Ukraine, Russia has inundated the world with misinformation and disinformation in efforts to justify its military operations and to claim its strict observance of the rules of warfare. Unsurprisingly, many of these efforts have often been penetrated due to the poor and blatant construction exposed by the mainstream Western … Continue reading

Albania 2022: “House of Freedom” vs. Drug-cartel


Although the European and global public is currently focused on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, majority of political parties in the Republic of Albania are focused on the partial local elections scheduled to take place on 6 March 2022.  In Albania, local elections were held on 30 June 2019. The opposition boycotted the local elections. … Continue reading

Putin’s War


People across the world have been shocked by the happenings in Ukraine. A glance at all of the morning newspapers had the events there as the main headline, with Vladimir Putin, the Russian President’s name appearing prominently, Russia seldom. The television coverage is extensive. When the Swedish Vikings, who were known as the Rus, were … Continue reading

China says it wants to become loveable, but will Australians believe them?


China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that China wants to become more credible, loveable and respectable, but that seems easier said than done. It’s about as likely as Peter Dutton sponsoring a refugee family, or Scott Morrison closing offshore detention centres and bringing the asylum seekers to Australia. China’s political system, economic structure and … Continue reading

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