Students at Melbourne University are locked on this morning to their administration building blocking people from getting in – they are saying no to education for war. Call Melbourne University Right Now on 136352 or send them an email at email@example.com Deputy Vice Chancellor of research Jim McCluskey Dvcfirstname.lastname@example.org Tell them: “Release to the public the… [Read more] Uni Students Locked on Against War at Melb Uni
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Our friends from the Victorian based #SwanIslandPeace #ToxicSAS projects, share news regarding their civil case which has been settled. We know some of you were supporting. Yours in peace, Margaret Pestorius, Wage Peace From Greg, Sam and Dave: “We wanted to update you all on our case against the Australian Defence Force. Early in the process… [Read more] The Swan Island 3 settle: Still a #ToxicSAS?
ANALYSIS! We at Wage Peace acknowledge Professor Richard Tanter as probably Australia's most significant researcher and writer on the US bases and their influence on Australian foreign policy. He spoke as an expert witness at the trial of the … [Read more] RICHARD TANTER. Tightly Bound: Australia’s Alliance-Dependent Militarisation.
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Countries with highest military spending as share of GDP, 2016.
Saudi Arabia: 10.4%
(PwC - Global Defense Perspectives, 2017)
After the deadly airstrike in Yemen that killed 40 children, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres called for an independent investigation, Saudi Arabia said it will launch its own probe, and the U.S. announced plans to assist the Saudi investigation. https://t.co/KruZD5b1nP
Bomb in Yemen school bus strike thT killed 40 children was supplied by the US to Saudi Arabia - CNN https://t.co/gNYmWAIF4o