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EP: 6 “AUKUS, Global Britain, British Integrated Security Review” | GUEST Ted Yarbrough

The sixth episode from Commonwealth News Podcast, with your hosts Daniel Cave, Laurence Marshall and BRAND NEW Co-host Simon Crundell. In this episode we discuss AUKUS with Ted Yarbrough, an American lawyer & writer, also Co-founder of the Daily Globe. Simon Crundell also talks about the British Integrated Security Review. …

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CANZUK Movement – Where Have We Been? Episode four featuring Senator Eric Abetz

The fourth episode from the CANZUK Movement Podcast, with hosts Daniel Cave and Laurence Marshall. The guest this week is Australian Senator Eric Abetz . They talk about why they have not uploaded recently and what the future entails. A must watch and listen. You can watch and listen to …

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A New Adventure

Brent H. Cameron is a Senior Advisor with Concierge Strategies, and a local councillor in Ontario, Canada. The second edition of his 2005 book, “The Case for Commonwealth Free Trade: Options for a new globalization” is available on Amazon worldwide – both in paperback and in Kindle e-book formats. Self-reflection is an …

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The C5 Mission Statement

In a changing world, it is more important than ever to preserve the values and principles that liberal democracies hold dear. At a time when the liberal democratic world faces its greatest challenges, the leadership that once came from America and Europe has been distracted by issues of domestic governance …

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#CANZUK Movement Podcast: Episode 1 | GUEST: Hon Tony Clement

The first episode from the CANZUK Movement Podcast, with hosts Daniel Cave and Laurence Marshall. The guest this week is the Hon Tony Clement. Former member of the Canadian Parliament, current host of “And Another Thing” Podcast and also host of “The Boom and Bust” Show. They talk about CANZUK …

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Daily Globe at the Weekend – The CANZUK podcast Episode 4

Host Isaac Anderson speaks with Emilie Dye, Policy Director of the Australian Taxpayers Alliance and Executive Director of the HR Nicholls Society, in a free ranging interview about immigration, the not-so-dismal science of economics, and the Australian perspective on CANZUK. Also, Daily Globe UK publisher Ted Yarbrough, and author and …

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Globe at the Weekend #Podcast: Introducing the CANZUK podcast

The Globe at the Weekend podcast returns! Today starts our CANZUK podcast featuring host and CRCC founder Isaac Anderson and panelists Brent Cameron, author of the Case for Commonwealth David Parker,  entrepreneur and political campaigner who helped get elected Erin O’Toole, as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and …

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Why Stop At Trade? CANZUK Freedom of Movement Would Benefit Us All

This last month saw the formal launch of UK trade negotiations with our Australian and Kiwi cousins, presenting the perfect moment to explore the benefits of a far-reaching agreement on the movement of citizens across CANZUK. Some may doubt that, having just recently extracted ourselves from the European Union’s freedom …

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CANZUK Soon?

Brent H. Cameron is a Senior Advisor with Concierge Strategies, and a local councillor in Ontario, Canada. The second edition of his book, “The Case for Commonwealth Free Trade: Options for a new globalization” is available now on Amazon worldwide. He can be found on Twitter at @BrentHCameron For those who have …

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A bigger world

The 14th Anniversary edition of Brent H. Cameron’s book, “The Case for Commonwealth Free Trade: Options for a new globalization is available now on Amazon worldwide. Rarely do we have the ability to gain perspective in the middle of a situation. Human nature dictates that we tend to the here and now, …

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The UK’s New Secure Border and What it Means for CANZUK

Trade and Free Immigration Agreements Around the world most geopolitical partnerships are regional because at times of peace, those in close-proximity are usually the most culturally and hence politically aligned. In order to move politically forward the political differences between the neighbouring countries needs to be addressed so that they …

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