Foreign Affairs

The Greens want an independent Australian foreign policy with relationships with the rest of the world based on mutual respect. We believe that Australia can play an important role in standing up for human rights and democracy for all citizens. We think Australia should play a proactive role in promoting peace and ecological sustainability in the world through strong international agreements.

news-stories

Voted down - Greens motion against Australia's support for illegal Israeli settlements

09 Dec 2013

The Australian Senate today voted down the Green's motion against Australia's support for illegal Israeli settlements.

media-releases

Senate supports Colin Russell’s return home

02 Dec 2013

A Greens' motion calling on Tony Abbott to press Russia to abide by an international ruling which would see Colin Russell return home for Christmas, has been passed by the Australian Senate today.

motions

Christine Milne: Abbott must break silence on Colin Russell [Motion]

02 Dec 2013

The Australian Greens Leader, Senator Christine Milne, introduces a motion to the senate calling on the Abbott Government to break its silence on Colin Russell.

media-releases

Greens Leader on Australia’s relationship with Indonesia

22 Nov 2013

"Australians will be deeply concerned and alarmed at the ongoing deterioration in the relationship between Indonesia and Australia," Greens Leader Christine Milne said.

media-releases

Australian Greens on Indonesian suspension of cooperation

20 Nov 2013

The Australian Greens are deeply concerned about implications of the diplomatic crisis that continues with Indonesia.

estimates

The cost of US marines and air force in the NT

20 Nov 2013

The cost of US marines and airforce in the NT 

estimates

Defence on Australia's drawdown from Afghanistan

20 Nov 2013

 Defence on Australia's drawdown from Afghanistan 

video

Senator Ludlam speaks to the press on surveillance and Australia's diplomatic scandal with Indonesia

19 Nov 2013

Senator Ludlam speaks to the press on surveillance and Australia's diplomatic scandal with Indonesia

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