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Jim Molan, Senator for New South Wales, served in the Australian Army for 40 years. Retiring at the rank of Major General in 2008, his service included a broad range of command and staff appointments in operations, training, staff, and military diplomacy. His career saw him deployed to Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, East Timor, Malaysia, Germany, the US, and Iraq. He is an accomplished infantryman, Indonesian speaker, and helicopter pilot.

National Security Strategy

These articles make the argument that Australia needs a national security strategy (NSS) in order to prepare and defend against potential threats Australia faces in a changing strategic situation, including diminished US power.

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LOCAL PROJECT TO TRANSFORM AUSTRALIA’S RECYCLING SECTOR

The Morrison Government is backing a major recycling project in Dobell, as part of our ongoing effort to grow the economy and help the environment. IQ RENEW will receive $2,999,220 to develop a template for upgrading existing Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) to...

December 11 Newsletter: Merry Christmas

I would like to take this opportunity to close off the year in this last Newsletter for 2020. It has been a year like no other in memory. Not only have I been back in the Senate for just over a year, but we in Australia have undergone a trial of fire and pandemic. I...

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