A view from the inside: anti-nuclear diplomacy in a cold cold world

by frog

Former diplomat and Green MP Kennedy Graham describes the mid-1980s as some of the best years of his life. New Zealand, under David Lange’s leadership, had just become nuclear free, making, in Kennedy’s words, the most fearless, independent, and moral foreign policy choice since nationhood.

I asked Kennedy to describe that time of his life and give us an insider’s view of what happens diplomatically when a small country on the edge of the world declares it’s independence from the world’s largest superpowers.

You can listen to the podcast here [MP3].

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Published in Audioblog | Justice & Democracy by frog on Mon, February 14th, 2011   

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