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Historic alliance beckons if Greens can work with Australia's Albanese

Failure to make common cause would set the country back another decade

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Anthony Albanese addresses Labor colleagues during a party caucus in Canberra on May 31: Strategically-minded people are once again in charge of Australian foreign relations.   © AAP/AP

Political historian Chris Wallace is a professor at the University of Canberra.

New Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese emphatically rejected the divisive wedge politics practiced by his predecessor, former coalition prime minister Scott Morrison, in an ecstatic first Labor caucus meeting since the election, held in Canberra on May 31.

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