The subtle and not-so-subtle signs that Beijing is serious about repairing the relationship with Canberra

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived early for a meeting with his Australian counterpart Penny Wong in Bali two months ago. In Chinese culture, the act of waiting demonstrates authenticity and kindness. Given recent history, arriving early is not what Australia might have expected from China’s top diplomat. Canberra was left waiting for nearly two … Read more

Families of slain Israeli Olympic team members fight for justice 50 years after Munich massacre

Fifty years after what has been described as the “darkest day in Olympic history,” the German government has agreed to pay the families of 11 murdered Israeli athletes more than $40 million in compensation. The German government will also conduct an investigation that could finally expose all the facts surrounding what is known as the … Read more