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ENG: John Winston Howard, OMACSSI, (born 26 July 1939) is an Australian politician who served as the 25th Prime Minister of Australia, from 11March 1996 to 3December 2007. He is the second-longest serving Australian Prime Minister after Sir Robert Menzies. Howard was a member of the House of Representatives from 1974 to 2007, representing the Division of Bennelong, New South Wales. He served as Treasurer in the Fraser government from 1977 to 1983. He was Leader of the Liberal Party and Coalition Opposition from 1985 to 1989, which included the 1987 federal election against Bob Hawke. He was re-elected as Leader of the Opposition in 1995. Howard led the Liberal-National coalition to victory at the 1996 federal election, defeating Paul Keating's Labor government and ending a record ...
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John Howard Hails Absence Of 'Contrived Element' In Mideast Protests

Prime Minister John Howard is the second-longest-serving prime minister in Australian history. John Howard, who was Australia's prime minister for almost 12 years before leaving office in 2007, visited RFE/RL this week to share his thoughts about the rising democratic tide in the Middle East and what the West can do to change authoritarian regimes. Against a backdrop of toppled regimes in Tunisia and Egypt, a teetering one in Libya, and ripples in Bahrain, Yemen, Morocco, and elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa, Howard talked about hopes of democracy building ...

Bob Brown's tribute to John Howard

Can you spot the error in the following propositions? The Coalition will protect the economic interests of Aussie battlers. Labor doesn't trust the market to allocate resources. The Greens are too fixated on the environment to care about the economy. The party names are in the wrong places! The explosive politics of climate change, unleashed last Thursday by the Multi-Party Climate Change Committee's draft strategy on pricing carbon, is turning time-honoured political norms on their heads. So it was Greens leader Bob Brown using John Howard's favourite term, "battlers", on the ...

Howard: Mumbai attacks a message to Obama

FORMER Australian prime minister John Howard said he believes terrorists who carried out a wave of coordinated attacks on Mumbai last week had intended to send US president-elect Barack Obama a “message”.Speaking at a Hebrew University function in Sydney on Sunday night, Howard said: “I have no doubt the terrorists planned it to say to president-elect [Barack] Obama: ‘Don’t you imagine because you’re replacing President Bush who we despise that we’re going to like you … we’re not.’”He added that the attacks are a “brutal ...

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John Howard's new book shows he's still buzzing with political energy - The Age
The AgeJohn Howard's new book shows he's still buzzing with political energyThe AgeControlling the future requires control of the past. It's a lesson that John Winston Howard has well absorbed, and functions as the dynamic behind the composition of the former prime minister's new book, The Menzies Era. The Menzies Era is John Howard ...A restatement of Menzies' faithThe Australian (blog)všech 5 zpravodajských článků »
John Howard still hasn't forgiven David Koch for crass on-air joke ... - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldJohn Howard still hasn't forgiven David Koch for crass on-air joke ...Sydney Morning HeraldFormer Sunrise executive producer Adam Boland says John Howard still hasn't forgiven David Koch for his crass joke on-air about the former Prime Minister's wife in 2004. Boland, who has released his tell-all memoir Brekky Central, wrote about the ...John Howard Hates Kochie, According to the Sunrise Tell-All BookPedestrian TVAdam Boland's book on Sunrise details the hatreds, rifts and ...NEWS.com.aumischief and mayhem in TV landThe AustralianBusiness Insider Australiavšech 35 zpravodajských článků »
John Howard 'embarrassed' by failed WMD intelligence on Iraq - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldJohn Howard 'embarrassed' by failed WMD intelligence on IraqSydney Morning HeraldFormer prime minister John Howard's assertion that he he "couldn't believe it" when it was revealed that the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein did not possess any weapons capable of mass destruction has raised the ire of former intelligence officer ...Former prime minister John Howard 'embarrassed' by Iraq WMD ...ABC OnlineHoward should be tried for 'conspiracy to commit mass murder', says ...The GuardianHoward 'embarrassed' about joining 2003 Iraq warSBSmarie claire magazine Australia -Crikey -Economic Timesvšech 46 zpravodajských článků »
John Howard: 'I lost my nerve' - Yahoo!7 News
Yahoo!7 NewsJohn Howard: 'I lost my nerve'Yahoo!7 NewsMr Howard also opened up about his simmering feud with Peter Costello over the party leadership. "It is only natural that he would be disappointed um that I did not retire at a time that suited him," Mr Howard said. "I didn't make a deal... I said to ...

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