Australia in the New World Order: Foreign Policy in the 1970s

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Australia in the New World Order: Foreign Policy in the 1970s

Edited by J. A. C. Mackie
Nelson (with the Australian Institute of International Affairs), 1976
156 pp.
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This solid AIIA study attempts to come to grips with defining what is the Australian national interest. Firm alliances with strong allies, equilibrium between the nuclear superpowers, good relations with Indonesia and Japan, and determined resistance to any policy of "spheres of influence" emerge as the foundation.

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