Australia in International Politics: An Introduction to Australian Foreign Policy

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INDEX
Aboriginal Australians, 23, 251–3, 256
Abrams tanks, 177
Abu Ghraib, 87
Aceh, 191
Afghanistan, 6, 7, 41, 83, 157, 205, 222, 257, 272, 274
war against Taliban, 89–90, 158, 165–6, 216–17, 235, 320
Africa, 38, 41, 70, 78, 134–5, 145, 168, 182, 184, 194, 251, 264, 296, 320, 322 (see also South Africa)
aid, 272, 274–6, 278, 282–3, 289–90, 314
environment, 299
UN peacekeeping, 70, 221, 226–8, 230, 236
African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights, 264
AFTA (see ASEAN Free Trade Area)
Age,87
Agenda for Peace,232
'Agenda 21', 303, 313
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), viii, 143–5, 147, 149
Aidid, Mohamed Farah, 227
Aidwatch, 280–1, 291, 293
Air Nauru, 284
Alaska, 305
Alatas, Ali, 187
Al-Bashir, Omar, 278
Albright, Madeleine, 229
Alliance of Small Island States, 307, 314–15
'all the way with LBJ', 28, 37, 59
al-Qaeda, 5, 20, 90, 95–7, 165–6, 216
Al Qaida (see al-Qaeda)
Alston, Richard, 90
Ambon, 162
Amnesty International, 91, 190, 251–2, 266, 268
critical of Howard government's refugee policy, 258–9
Angola, 38, 276
Annan, Kofi, 218, 229
pays tribute to the Tampa, 258–9
Antarctic, 17, 297–8, 302, 304, 316
Minerals Convention, 304–6
Treaty, 304–5, 317, 319
anti-communism (see communism)
Anwar, Dewi Fortuna, 188
ANZAC, vii, 25, 27, 154, 163, 256
ANZUS,
alliance, 8, 32–4, 41, 59–61, 65, 82, 153, 156, 159–60, 164
crisis, 50, 59–60
treaty, vii, 5, 22, 32–3, 48, 89, 164, 172, 177, 319
apartheid, 38, 67
APEC (see Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation )
Arafura Sea, 159
'arc of instability', 181
Argentina, 16, 17, 133, 135
Armenia, 213
arms control, 51, 59, 64–5, 69, 70, 72, 92, 212, 279
ASEAN (see Association of South-East Asian Nations)
Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), vii, 71, 170
Asian Development Bank, 80, 287
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), vii, 56–7, 58, 70, 71, 127, 146, 148–9, 170, 229, 323 (see also Bogor Declaration)
counter-terrorism, 292
rise and decline, 137–40
Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions, 251
ASIO (see Australian Security Intelligence Organisation)
ASIS (see Australian Secret Intelligence Service)
Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN), vii, 51–2, 56, 66, 71, 140, 168, 170–1, 176
Free Trade Area (AFTA), 56, 71, 140
Plus Three, 140
Regional Forum (ARF), vii, 52, 153, 170–2, 179
asylum seekers, 249, 254, 256–9, 268, 323, 325
asymmetry in military affairs, 177, 319
Atambua, West Timor, 230
Attorney-General, 76, 94–5
AUSMIN, vii, 60, 161, 319
Australia-Fiji Trade and Economic Relations
Agreement, 206
Australia Group, 65
Australian,87
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), vii, 78, 277–81, 283, 285, 288–9, 293
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), 6–7, 87, 88, 90, 124, 205, 256
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE), vii, 310
'Australian clause', Kyoto Protocol, 309
Australian Conservation Foundation, 91
Australian Council for International
Development, 291, 293
Australian Defence Force (ADF), vii, 19, 68, 76, 77, 80, 84, 89, 97, 155, 157, 159–67, 172–3, 176, 178
Afghanistan, 166
Cambodia, 225–6
East Timor, 231, 236
Iraq, 7, 9, 61, 98, 156, 158, 165–6, 216, 219–20
numbers reduced, 162
Rwanda, 228
Solomon Islands, 197, 200
Somalia, 226–7, 236
Australian Electoral Commission, 225, 334
Australian Embassy, Jakarta, 7
Australian Federal Police, 6, 173, 225
Australian Financial Review,87
Australian Imperial Force (AIF), 25, 30
Australian Labor Party (see Labor)
Australian Maritime Safety Authority, 257
Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS), vii, 7, 32, 85, 95–6, 99
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), vii, 7, 32, 39–40, 85, 94–6, 99

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  • Title Page *
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  • 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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