A View from Afar: Political scientist Paul G. Buchanan and journalist/analyst Selwyn Manning deliver their latest podcast A View from Afar. This episode: AUKUS, should New Zealand and other Asia Pacific nations join this security pact? And if not, why not?
In this the first episode of A View from Afar for 2023 political scientist Dr Paul Buchanan and host Selwyn Manning examine the pros and cons of New Zealand, and other APAC nations, joining the AUKUS security defence pact.
Specifically, Paul and Selwyn examine the following questions:* What is AUKUS’s purpose?
* What are the risks to New Zealand’s national and public interest?
* What does AUKUS ‘success’ look like? What could its failure look like?
Paul presents the reasons why he believes New Zealand will not join AUKUS, and Selwyn delivers his assessment of why New Zealand must not join the Anglophile security pact.
ALSO, Paul and Selwyn will headline:
* The latest on the US Pentagon leaks. What really is happening here?
* The Global Geopolitical Theatre and how stable is Russian Federation’s president, Vladimir Putin’s regime?
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