Waltzing with Matilda: Should New Zealand Join Australia?
This book explores the implications of New Zealand uniting with Australia and presents the resutls of a survey of opinion leaders. Mutual benefits would include bigger markets, integrated defence and health systems, a huge exclusive economic zone, and enhanced Pacific and global influence.
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