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Elon Musk leads 116 experts calling for outright ban of killer robots

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON CERTAIN CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS 

War with North Korea would be a catastrophe; PM should tell parliament his plans for looking after civilians in the event of war

The raised tensions between North Korea and the United States must be addressed by Australia in a manner that reduces tensions rather than inflates them.

Plea for Diplomacy : letter by Dr Margaret Beavis

Early in the week US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson prudently talked of the possibility for dialogue if North Korea stopped its test missile launches. Then Donald Trump waded in, ramping up the threat level, talking of "fire and fury" if North Korea continued to threaten the United States. Pyongyang has only said it will respond if attacked by the US; it is not threatening a first strike.

WW1 Memorials - letter by Dr Sue Wareham

I’m not doubting Lieutenant- General John Monash’s merits as a general, as outlined by Trevor Lipscombe (Letters, 8 August), but can we please be spared another war memorial being squeezed into our city which is already replete with them.  Australia is spending around $600m in total on our WW1 commemoration, far more than an

North Korea crisis: Reckless threats from both sides must stop

Statement by International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNWi)

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