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Australia and foreign policy

J. D. B. Miller

Australia and foreign policy

by J. D. B. Miller

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Published by Australian Broadcasting Commission in [Sydney .
Written in English

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  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Australia -- Foreign relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby J.D.B. Miller.
      SeriesBoyer lectures,, 1963
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU113 .M5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination63 p. (p. 63, blank)
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5979649M
      LC Control Number66007803
      OCLC/WorldCa25527960

      “Thucydides is the single best treatment of international relations, foreign policy and military affairs that exists. It is the best description of what life in a multipolar world is like, what politics and war are like for the units involved, of the basic realities of international relations. This book is an examination of the values underpinning foreign policy in a range of Western and Asian states. It comes highly recommended, with some 31 commendations at the start of the book. There are five chapters on Western foreign policies, seven chapters on Asian foreign policies, one chapter on Russia, and one chapter on Islamic values in.

      The Foreign Policy White Paper, the first comprehensive policy paper on Australia’s international engagement since , will chart a clear course in a time of change and uncertainty. It will set out the Government’s strategy for engaging with the world, and in particular the Indo-Pacific region, over the next decade. Australia’s interests are global, but. Australia Foreign relations Australia Politics and government Vietnam War, Foreign public opinion, Australian Politics and foreign policy in Australia: the impact of Vietnam and conscription / Henry S. Albinski.

      Read this book on Questia. Australia’s foreign relations are changing rapidly due to increased globalization of financial markets, greater trade with China and the United States, and recent terrorist activity such as the Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta in The term White Australia policy was widely used to encapsulate a set of historical policies that aimed to forbid people of non-European ethnic origin, especially Asians (primarily Chinese) and Pacific Islanders from immigrating to Australia, starting in Governments progressively dismantled such policies between and Competition in the gold fields between .


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