Diplomacy in the Marketplace: Australia in World Affairs, Volume 7 1981d90
Peter John Boyce, J. R. Angel
Longman Cheshire, 1992 - Business & Economics - 330 pages
Seventh volume in the Australian Institute of International Affairs' series, TAustralia in World Affairs', which has periodically reviewed Australian foreign policy since 1950. Fifteen essays by leading Australian academics and commentators discuss the challenges facing Australian foreign policy in the context of an emerging New World Order. An index is included.
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