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Where Rudd might end up on team Guterres

With the UN General Assembly expected to approve Antonio Guterres as the next UN secretary-general (SG) this week, 'the race is on to join team Guterres'. As Peter Nadin has suggested, Kevin Rudd may try to translate his work as chair of the Independent Commission on Multilateralism (ICM) into a 'cabinet' post under Guterres. Show More Summary

For Lovers Of Irony: Kevin Rudd Missed Out On Top UN Post To A Former High Commissioner For Refugees

The man set to take the top job at the United Nations has been one of the most prominent critics of Australia’s anti-boat obsession, writes Max Chalmers. If there’s one thing to take from the rise of António Guterres, it’s just how small Australia shrinks when confronted by a global crisis. Guterres, a former Prime [...]Show More Summary

Rudd’s latest manoeuvre in the race to lead the UN

The indefatigable Kevin Rudd appeared in the news on the UN secretary-general (SG) race yet again in recent days. After denying that Rudd had sought out other countries to nominate him for SG, his spokesperson released a statement claiming that another government had approached Rudd about giving him the nomination. Show More Summary

‘Of Ashes and Rivers that Run to the Sea’ by Marie Munkara

2016, 274 p. For me, the day that then-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apologized to the Stolen Generations is a day lodged in my memory, along with moon walks, assassinations, bushfires and planes crashing into buildings. I was on a train … Continue reading ?

Weekend catch-up: Turnbull in the Big Apple, a farewell to Cameron, Ohio goes red and more

This week Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull flew to New York, where he sparred with former PM Kevin Rudd, met with the rapper Ludacris, and addressed two summits on refugees and immigration. The UN Summit’s main achievement was the adoption...Show More Summary

Australian Ex-PM Praises Putin’s Far East Development Roadmap

Sputnik has asked Australia’s ex-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to share his thoughts about the Eastern Economic Forum business conference that has just closed up shop in Vladivostok, and of the discussions held there by the leaders of Russia, China, Japan and South Korea.

Well, how about Kevin Rudd for mayor?

Dumped as Prime Minister of Australia. Blocked from becoming UN secretary general. What next for Kevin Rudd? Well, he’s now in the running…

Kev a perfect captain for this ship of fools

IN hindsight, Kevin Rudd would have made the perfect gift to the UN, the global monument to slothful bureaucracy, political correctness and special interests.

Rudd’s revenge: how Turnbull double-crossed him

Malcolm Turnbull is accused of double dealing and backflips by Kevin Rudd, who is out for vengeance: …

No hope for America or the world in this poll

THE world dodged a bullet when Malcolm Turnbull refused to endorse Kevin Rudd’s tepid candidacy for the UN Secretary-General’s job.

Half of Cabinet wanted to back Rudd

It turns out that 11 of Malcolm Turnbull’s Cabinet of 23 backed Kevin Rudd’s bid to head the United Nations and only 10 said no.…

Essential Research: 52-48 to Labor

The only pollster currently in the game finds Labor retaining its modest post-election, and finds opinion finely balanced on superannuation reform and nominating Kevin Rudd for United Nations Secretary-General. The post Essential Research: 52-48 to Labor appeared first on The Poll Bludger.

End of the line for Rudd's UN bid

Prime Minister Turnbull's refusal to nominate Kevin Rudd for UN secretary-general (SG) last week, claiming Rudd wasn’t ‘well suited,’ almost certainly ends his chance at running for the UN’s top spot. It was an unexpected twist for UN...Show More Summary

Rudd as Secretary-General: UN should have decided, not Turnbull

[youtube:yjcPLh9l2Hw] Kevin Rudd's bid to nominate as a candidate for the next UN secretary general (SG) has been vetoed by Cabinet. This is a more than a little embarrassing for everyone concerned. In a few hours, many UN observersShow More Summary

Australian PM says won't back former leader Rudd for top U.N. job

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull dealt a serious blow on Friday to his former rival Kevin Rudd's bid to become the next secretary-general of the United Nations, declining to endorse him and declaring him unfit for the job.

Why did Turnbull let this get this far?

How could Malcolm Turnbull have let this idiotic idea develop into a test of leadership?: Kevin Rudd’s two-year bid for the…

Column - Turnbull can’t be a real Liberal to think Rudd worth backing

LIBERALS should be shocked that Malcolm Turnbull wants to back Kevin Rudd’s bid to…

Five factors to watch in Rudd’s UN chief gambit

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s bid to become the UN secretary-general (SG) is finally out in the open after he requested Australian government support for his nomination, ending months of speculation. Foreign minister Julie Bishop has confirmed Mr Rudd’s request will today be put forward to Cabinet, where support for Mr Rudd is mixed. Show More Summary

Australian Ex-Head Seeks Nomination for UN Secretary's General Post

Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd asked the government to nominate him a candidate for the UN Secretary's General post, the country's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Monday, as quoted by media.

Australia's former PM Rudd throws hat in ring for top U.N. job

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has officially requested the support of his country's new government to back a bid for the top job at the United Nations, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Monday.

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