Council for the National Interest
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Keynote Speaker: Richard Fernandez
Topic:What Must Australia Do To Stay The Lucky Country?
For almost 200-years Australians have been free to prosper in the security of a Western dominated world. Suddenly the Indo-Pacific waters to Australia's north are dominated by economic and demographic giants: China, India, Japan, Indonesia, USA, South Korea and Russia, not solely England or USA. What can Australia, with a GDP roughly equal to South Korea, do to remain master of its fate?
Richard Fernandez is an information operations analyst, having gained his doctorate in Public Policy from Harvard University. He is best known for his popular web-blog, Belmont Club, hosted on the conservative PJMedia site. He's been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and London Times, to name a few notable newspapers, https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/ Richard hails from the Philippines, but is now an Australian citizen, living in Sydney.
Author: Dr Augusto Zimmermann
Christian Foundations of the COMMON LAW Volume 3: Australia
Professor of Law, Sheridan College, Perth, Western Australia.
Professor of Law (adjunct) at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney
President, Western Australian Legal Theory Association
Former Law Reform Commissioner, Western Australia (2012-2018).
Editor-in-Chief, Western Australia Jurist law journal
Internationally known legal scholar, prolific writer and author
The Council for the National Interest is privileged to host the launch of Dr Augusto Zimmermann's third volume in his series, Christian Foundations of the Common Law, Vol 1 England, Vol 2 The United States and now his final Vol 3, Australia. We are honoured to launch Augusto's book and welcome the opportunity to promote his book to legal practitioners, students and enthusiastic supporters of Western Civilisation. Books will be available for sale at the event.
Free Entry, All Welcome
Presentation Speech followed by Q&A Session
When: Sunday 2 December 2018
Time: 2.30pm start to 4.30pm finish
Where: Royal Perth Yacht Club, Australia II Drive, Crawley Bay, Nedlands 6009
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