Daily Links: appointments, pilots and what the White House really thinks about its allies

By The Mandarin

June 12, 2018

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+ Linda Waugh appointed Merit Protection Commissioner
+ Houston’s replacement appointed at Airservices Australia
+ Preparing for autonomous vehicles: ‘talking’ cars pilot starts in Qld
+ Consultation on new measure to combat corporate crime


+ Leveraging Executive Female Talent Forum: By Harvard Business School
+ The 4th Annual PMO Leadership Conference
+ Communicating with Impact


White House: US owes nothing to anyone ‒ especially its allies
“‘We’re America, B-tch’ is not only a characterologically accurate collective self-appraisal ‒ the gangster fronting, the casual misogyny, the insupportable confidence ‒ but it is also perfectly Rorschachian.” (The Atlantic)

North Korean media breaks with tradition
“State media in North Korea is breaking the habits of a lifetime to report on the Trump-Kim summit.” (BBC News)

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