Strategic Involvement and International Partnership: Australia's Post-1975 Relations with Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam
Centre for the Study of Australia-Asia Relations, Faculty of Asian and International Studies, Griffith University, 1993 - Australia - 60 pages
Monograph which examines the strategic, economic, political and cultural factors underlying Australia's policies towards Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam since the end of the Indochina war in 1975. Includes explanatory notes and a bibliography. The widely published author, currently a research associate with the Centre for the Study of Australia-Asia Relations at Griffith University in Queensland, was director of political affairs in the Lao PDR's Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1975 to 1986.
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