Australia's Foreign Relations: In the World of the 1990s
Australia's Foreign Relations is a rigorous, lively and comprehensive insider account of how Australian foreign policy works. It runs the full gamut of issues fundamental to Australia's place in, and relationships with, the world. It is aimed at researchers, policy makers and students of international relations, international economics, politics and history.
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The Changing International Environment
Asia Pacific Dynamism
To the Outbreak of World War II
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