Josh Sigurdson reports on the extremely concerning issue of technocracy in Australia as the Australian government continues to roll out further eye in the sky programs modeled after China's smart city grids.
The US-Australia-Japan alternative to Belt and Road helps explain why the US sent a junior delegation to Thailand and why India opted out of RCEP...
An Australian state has introduced special high-tech cameras to catch people using their smartphones while driving, according to the Straits Times.
Welcome back to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
I have heard what I thought was every excuse for governments to raise taxes and seize money, but this is one I quite honestly thought was something too low for even the police.
President Trump will be holding a press conference Friday afternoon as he welcomes the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to Washington. The two sat for questions from reporters earlier during a meeting in the Oval Office.
... for Firing Professor Who Says Climate Change Is Not Killing the Great Barrier Reef
A shooting war between the U.S. and China seems far-fetched at the moment, but could be plausible once the Pentagon reduces its rare earth mineral exposure on the Asian country and sets up new processing facilities in Australia.