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EXPERTS from around the world will come together on Saturday to discuss the “threat to world peace” posed by the new Aukus military pact between the US, Britain and Australia.
The No Cold War campaign is holding an international webinar to exchange ideas about the struggle for peace globally with speakers from the US, Britain, China, India, South Africa, Zambia and Bolivia.
“The new alliance will see Britain and the US provide Australia with the technology and capability to deploy nuclear-powered submarines,” it warned. “This is an aggressive move which therefore poses a serious threat to peace and stability in the Pacific region.”
The webinar’s co-chair Kate Hudson of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament said: “Aukus is a dangerous escalation in the West’s growing confrontation with China. With nuclear technology at its heart, it also risks nuclear confrontation and war.
“We’re discussing the dangers ahead and how we can organise against them – please join us.”
No Cold War’s international peace forum will be live at 2pm on Saturday September 25. Register free at https://mstar.link/Notocoldwar
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