As Net Zero strangles Australian industry, Australia is becoming green, powerless, and defenceless.
History holds lessons that we ignore at our peril.
Japan was opened to trade with the US in the 1850s. They were daunted by the naval power of Britain and the US but were determined to catch up.
In the 1930s Japan attacked China, Mussolini attacked Ethiopia, and Hitler planned how to avenge the first world war in Europe.
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