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Wednesday linkage

By

Fergus Hanson

@fergushanson

10 December 2008 13:27

  • The Observer predicts as many as five million people could descend on Washington for Obama's inauguration dwarfing the previous record number that turned out for Lyndon Johnson (1.2 million).
  • Now you can watch quite a few Lowy Institute talks on Fora TV.
  • Further to our academic bias thread, it is interesting to see that the thoughts of blogger Andrew Norton made it into the Senate Inquiry report on the issue.
  • In CSIS's Southeast Asia Bulletin, the Singaporean Ambassador to the US calls on America to reconsider signing the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation and joining the East Asian Summit.