The Null Device

An interesting report on conscription law in Australia, which suggests that the Howard government did commission a study of whether conscription would be viable for increasing troop numbers in East Timor, and concluded that it wouldn't be. Mind you, WW3 (and an increased Liberal majority in the Senate) could well change this. However, Australian conscientious objection law is (currently) more liberal than in the US.

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