Australia in International Politics: An Introduction to Australian Foreign Policy

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GLOSSARY

Antarctic Treaty regime The internationally agreed set of rules under the Antarctic Treaty and its protocols.

appropriations Authorisations of expenditure by government.

asymmetry in military affairs Gross disproportion in the military power and technological sophistication of opposing forces in a conflict; exemplified by the phenomenon of the suicide bomber, and the use of primitive weapons by the airline hijackers who attacked the USA in 2001.

AUSMIN talks Annual high-level defence and security talks between the USA and Australia, which are military allies under the ANZUS Treaty.

balance of payments A measure of a country's economic transactions with all other countries, in receipts and expenditures, usually calculated monthly and annually.

bilateral and multilateral Australia engages in bilateral diplomacy when it deals with one country on a foreign policy issue, and in multilateral diplomacy when it deals with a number of countries on a foreign policy issue. Australia's trade negotiations in the WTO involve 146 other countries.

Bretton Woods institutions The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, which were established following a 1944 conference held in the New Hampshire town of Bretton Woods to determine the shape of international monetary arrangements after World War II. Together with the World Trade Organization, these are sometimes now known as the institutions of global governance.

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Table of contents

  • 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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