The Howard Paradox: Australian Diplomacy in Asia, 1996-2006
ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2007 - Political Science - 264 pages
How has a government that has done so many things critics said would damage Australia's relations with its region managed to build such strong links with Asian countries?
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