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AICC(WA) Annual Geo Political Event featuring Gregory R. Copley AM, President ISSA - The International Strategic Studies Association, Washington DC, USA
Business Lunch

WHEN:
Monday 29 October 2019
11.45am for a 12 Noon Start to 2.30pm
WHERE:
Grand Ballroom 1 & 2
THE WESTIN PERTH
480 Hay Street
Perth
TICKETS:
AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Single Seat - incl gst : $135
Non AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Single Seat - incl gst : $168
AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Table of 10 - incl GST : $1340
Non AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Table of 10 - incl GST : $1670
*EARLY BIRD* before 31 August - AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Single Seat - incl gst : $115
*EARLY BIRD* before 31 August - Non AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Single Seat - incl gst : $143
*EARLY BIRD* before 31 August - AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Table of 10 - incl gst : $1140
*EARLY BIRD* before 31 August - Non AICC(WA) Members & Sponsors - Table of 10 - incl gst : $1420
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McRae Investments Pty Ltd Herbert Smith Freehills Cisco Systems Australia Westin Perth

AICC(WA) Annual Geo Political Event

featuring

Gregory R. Copley AM, President ISSA - The International Strategic Studies Association, Washington  DC, USA

speaking on:

"Sovereignty in the 21st Century and the Crisis for Identity, Cultures, Nation-States, and Civilizations"

Last year, he laid out precisely what would happen in the Trump-Kim stand-off.  You heard it first at the AICC lunch. This year, Western Australian-born strategic philosopher Gregory Copley, AM, talks about the emerging global power framework, in which a conflict is now being played out between “urban, globalist utopianists” and identity-driven nationalists. How does this affect Australia and Australians? Is the People’s Republic of China gaining strategic momentum because it has chosen a stridently nationalist agenda? And what should Australia and its allies do about it, if anything? Why it matters to Australia that the Middle East, for example, is now being transformed because historical identities are reviving nation-states in new ways. Is it too late for Australia to discover and galvanise its own sense of nationhood?

To view the full invitation CLICK HERE

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Event partners

McRae Investments Pty Ltd
Herbert Smith Freehills
Cisco Systems Australia
Westin Perth