Australia in International Politics: An Introduction to Australian Foreign Policy

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FOREIGN POLICY UNDER LABOR, 1983–96

QUESTIONS

Foreign economic policy
• What was Australia's economic problem when Labor came to office in 1983 and what was Labor's attempted solution?
• Why, in the opinion of many, did Australia stand to gain more from rules-based trading regimes than from bilateral trade diplomacy?
• What problems was the Labor government addressing in its two main trade initiatives?

The American connection
• How did Australia respond to the ANZUS crisis?
• In what way was the Gulf War of 1991 a political opportunity for the prime minister Bob Hawke?

The relationship with Indonesia
• What considerations determined the Indonesia policy of the Hawke and Keating governments?

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements iv
  • Acronyms v
  • Part I - Overview 1
  • 1 - An Era of Insecurity and Globalisation 3
  • 2 - Foreign Relations, 1901–83 22
  • 3 - Foreign Policy Under Labor, 1983–96 50
  • 4 - The Making of Foreign Policy 75
  • Part II - Economy 101
  • 5 - Australia and the Global Economy 103
  • 6 - The Politics of International Trade 127
  • Part III - Security 151
  • 7 - Defence and Regional Security 153
  • 8 - Neighbourhood Watch 180
  • 9 - The United Nations and International Security 211
  • Part IV - The Changing Foreign Policy Agenda 239
  • 10 - Human Rights 241
  • 11 - Foreign Aid 270
  • 12 - The Global Environment 295
  • Glossary 319
  • Notes 326
  • Index 335
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