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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Kevin Rudd's website mistakenly blocked - Sydney Morning Herald

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Sydney Morning Herald

Kevin Rudd's website mistakenly blocked
Sydney Morning Herald
Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd's website has been unblocked by federal parliament's internal internet filter after it was mistakenly given the classification of "weapons". First spotted on Monday by Maiy Azize, an advisor for the ...

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Best of British at Gallipoli event - The Australian

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The Australian

Best of British at Gallipoli event
The Australian
Events in the British capital had begun with a dawn service at the Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Gate. Commemorations there were led by Princess Anne, the Princess Royal. But also in the crowd was Kevin Rudd. A case of lest we forget? Equine warriors.

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Kevin Rudd: Realism, Purpose for Sino-US Ties - Caixin Media

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Caixin Media

Kevin Rudd: Realism, Purpose for Sino-US Ties
Caixin Media
(Beijing) – As Kevin Rudd sees it, China and the United States should start building a common narrative to foster the kind of trust that's needed to tackle today's difficult problems. Working together on common projects could encourage such narrative ...



Thursday, April 23, 2015

Expert: 'US, China need long-term alliance' - Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3

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Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3

Expert: 'US, China need long-term alliance'
Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
China's economic and military rise under President Xi Jinping can be managed peacefully if Washington and Beijing can commit to a stable relationship for the long run, according to long-time China watcher and former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.

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US, China need long-term alliance, says former Australian PM Kevin Rudd - KAJ18 Kalispell Montana News

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KAJ18 Kalispell Montana News

US, China need long-term alliance, says former Australian PM Kevin Rudd
KAJ18 Kalispell Montana News
... China's economic and military rise under President Xi Jinping can be managed peacefully if Washington and Beijing can commit to a stable relationship for the long run, according to long-time China watcher and former Australian Prime Minister Kevin ...
Former Australian PM expresses optimism for Chinese economyecns

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