Australia and the Global Trade System: From Havana to Seattle
Australia and the Global Trade System, first published in 2001, provides a comprehensive account of Australia's role in developing and maintaining the multilateral trade system from its origins in 1947 to the present day.
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Damage Control Policy Stasis and Diplomatic Paralysis
Policy Innovation Diplomatic Departures and the Uruguay Round
The Cairns Group
Aggressive Multilateralism Negotiating Services
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