July 18, 2014

MH17: Wars Have Bloomed from Far, Far Less

Paul Daley, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Rapid and precise responses are demanded – but publicly displaying genuine empathy and leading public grieving is just as critical for world leaders, including Tony Abbott.

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TAGGED: MH17, Ukraine, Russia, Australia

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