Fraser and Tanter in Darwin on Defence

1. Please encourage people to come to ‘Defending Australia’ friday 23 August 2013, Parliament House, Darwin NT
Malcom Fraser “Does Australia have the courage to establish a degree of strategic independence?” and Professor Richard Tanter Senior Research Associate, Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability and Professor, School of Political Social Studies, University of Melbourne “Lilypads and networks: the implications of Northern Australian integration with US strategic planning.” and others at a Forum on Australia’s Defence this friday 9am and to register.
https://www.cdu.edu.au/the-northern-institute/defending-australia
See earlier posts on peace and war and US bases.Basewatch www.basewatch.org
Basewatch report http://chriswhiteonline.org/2013/07/peace-or-war-with-china-darwin-ipanbasewatch-meetings/

http://chriswhiteonline.org/2013/01/tanter-more-on-our-us-bases/

‘Absurd, obscene and reckless – American nuclear weapons in the defence of Australia’ by Richard Tanter
http://nautilus.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Absurd-obscene-and-reckless-Dissent-42-Spring-2013.pdf

2. Barbacue: Meet Richard Tanter for discussion on “The Papua-New Guinea Solution”: Competitive Cruelty and Strategic Folly“.This Saturday 24th august 6.30pm NightCliff Pool. Barbacue. Bring food/drink. After the Asylum Seekers protest.

3. Next Tuesday night 27th August 5.30pm – 7.30pm Politics in the Club at the Railway Club Parap discussion with Professor Richard Tanter on ‘US Bases in Australia’. BaseWatch www.basewatch.org Please contact me if attending.0418830297

4. Next Wednesday 28th 1pm at the NT Environment Centre “Cool Mob Meeting Room” discussion with Professor Richard Tanter on anti-nuclear activities. Please notify Laurenne Mellow.

Recent publications by Richard Tanter “Absurd, obscene and reckless – American nuclear weapons in the defence of Australia, Dissent , 42, Spring, 2013“
““The Papua-New Guinea Solution”: Competitive Cruelty and Strategic Folly“, NAPSNet Policy Forum, August 06, 2013,
“Bamaga Signals Intelligence Station“, Australian Defence Facilities Briefing Book, August 01, 2013

Read more: http://nautilus.org/network/associates/richard-tanter/publications/#ixzz2buyjI3b6

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