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A Global Security Update: the Ukraine & South China Sea

Saturday, 10th April 2021
5:00 - 7:00 pm

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Meeting ID: 975 689 5867

Peace between nations has been an integral part of Georgist political economic discussions since the time of Henry George in the 19th CE & a vision eluding the world.

Thus, the AGG is privileged to invite you to an event concerning the latest movements in two critical regions – the Ukraine and the South China Sea -- that have been grabbing international attention other than the current pandemic discussed by two veteran analysts: John Hallam on Eastern Europe and Joffre Balce on the South China Sea. What are the risks the regions face & any policy recommendations to manage the friction in these flashpoints?

John Hallam is a veteran researcher on security and an international campaigner for decades who has filed submissions in the UN and other international bodies. He is currently affiliated with People for Nuclear Disarmament, Coordinator of the Human Survival Project and coordinator of the Parliamentary Network for Non-proliferation and Disarmament. He is a graduate of the Christchurch Grammar School in Perth, WA.

Joffre Balce is the Secretary of the Association for Good Government. He has been observing and studying the South China Sea situation for over 25 years & has delivered talks & analysis in Australia & parts of Asia. He has been affiliated with UNSW and Macquarie University and adviser to Jubilee Australia for developing country debt restructuring and a recipient of scholarships and study grants around the world.

Come to our premises at the
Association for Good Government
122 Little Eveleigh Street Redfern NSW 2016

join the Zoom Meeting at the set date & time
Meeting ID: 975 689 5867

To enable the maximum participation, we propose the following guidelines

  • Facilitator & resource speakers will speak for 20 - 30 minutes each.
  • Three to five minutes for CLARIFICATORY questions.
  • Participants deliver a maximum one minute question with preambles.
  • If you have something really important to contribute, use the chatbox or slip a note.
  • Those who have spoken less, if at all, will have priority over those who have.

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