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Kevin Rudd

Twelve months of Malcolm, but don't expect any anniversary celebrations.
In a major speech, Turnbull declares the 'time for posturing is over'.
The United Nations is now 70 years old. And the world of 70 years ago was a vastly different place to the world of today
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull accurately reflected the mood of the federal Cabinet when he rejected Kevin Rudd's bid to
For the first time in the UN’s 70-year history, a credible Australian candidate was interested in being considered for the world’s top diplomatic job. The Turnbull cabinet proved incapable of rising above petty party political opposition. That will be its international epitaph on this story.
Malcolm Turnbull announced the decision on Friday.
The controversial former MP has failed at the last two elections.
Labor wants Rudd as the next UN secretary-general.
The former prime minister has asked for the government's support.