Top EU leader rebukes Scott Morrison during awkward New York encounter

As more countries openly criticise the new AUKUS defence pact, European Council President Charles Michel reminded the Prime Minister of the need for “transparency and loyalty”.

Morrison and Jokowi meeting called off before Australian submarines announcement

Indonesia was alarmed by Australia’s plan to arm itself with nuclear-propelled submarines, but the leaders will not meet next week as Scott Morrison had hoped.

Prosecutor advises Higgins to consider steering clear of PM’s office inquiry

The ACT Director of Public Prosecutions says Phil Gaetjens’ investigation into who in Scott Morrison’s office knew about Brittany Higgins’ rape allegation could prejudice court proceedings.

Morrison’s gains show Labor cannot underestimate its opponent

Three years to the day since Scott Morrison became Prime Minister, the latest Resolve Political Monitor shows he continues to outsmart Labor critics who thought he would fail after winning […]

Taliban takeover imperils Scott Morrison’s special war crimes investigation

The collapse of the Afghan government means an elite team of state and federal police homicide detectives will now struggle to interview Afghan witnesses to alleged Australian crimes.