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FULL COVERAGE: Students Flare Over Buchanan Firing


Scoop FULL COVERAGE: Students Flare Over Paul Buchanan Dismissal

Text + Audio: Scoop publishes here FULL COVERAGE of the breaking news item and subsequent student feedback over a decision by the University of Auckland to dismiss security and intelligence expert and senior lecturer Paul Buchanan.

Scoop News: Paul Buchanan To Challenge Auckland Uni Dismissal -

UPDATED WITH FORMER STUDENT RESPONSES: Scoop co-editor Selwyn Manning reports that security and intelligence academic Paul Buchanan has been dismissed from his senior lecturer role in the political studies department of Auckland University. Paul Buchanan is a regular commentator for Scoop Media on intelligence and security matters and recently wrote the book: With Distance Comes Perspective. Former graduate and post-graduate students have rallied to his defence, stating the University has lost a gifted and honourable lecturer. More >>



Relevant Audio: The first is an interview between Paul Buchanan and Jose Barbosa – Second is an interview between 95bFM's Angus the University of Auckland's communications advisor Bill Williams, and the third is an interview between Kim Choe and Cracum's Paul Litterick, who published the email this week.

95bFM Paul Buchanan IV

95bFM UoA Bill Williams IV

95bFM Cracum IV ref. Cracum Article (pdf)

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