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ASIC Registration complete

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The Australian Securities and Investment Commission has today approved our registration as an Australian Registrable Body, which means we now have official recognition as an incorporated…

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Sanctions do more harm than good

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Article by CIWI Member Ramesh Thakur, published inThe AustralianJanuary 4, 2012(Access published article here)SANCTIONS became popular as a bridge between diplomacy and force for ensuring compliance with…

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Late Night Live

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On the evening of Tuesday 4 December 2012 Paul Barratt discussed the aims of the Iraq War Inquiry Group, and the background to its establishment, with…

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Moves to codify US drone policy

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The New York Times 24 November 2012 reports that with more than 300 drone strikes and some 2,500 people killed by the Central Intelligence Agency and the…

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Death from above: Ramesh Thakur on drones

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IWIG member Professor Ramesh Thakur of the Australian National University (Crawford School of Public Policy) writes in The Ottawa Citizen, 16 November 2012 that armed drone attacks in…

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Sue Wareham on Alan Stretton

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Following is the text of a letter to the editor of The Canberra Times written by IWIG Secretary Dr Sue Wareham on the occasion of the death of…

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No UK Bases for Attacks on Iran

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Iraq War Inquiry Group is following very closely the confrontation between the United Sates and Iran, because we regard the possibility of a pre-emptive attack on…

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