More Than an Ally?: Contemporary Australia-US Relations
With the ascendancy of the Coalition government in 1996 there was a marked shift of emphasis directed to deepening Australia's relations with America. This book argues that the Coalition government strategically linked security and economic well-being and that this linking was contextualised by threats both internal and external.
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