Australian External Policy under Labor: Content, Process and the National Debate

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NOTES
1.
For an overview, see J. Knight, "Australia and Proposals for Regional consultation and Co-operation and Co-operation in the Asian and Pacific Area", Australian Outlook 28 ( December 1974): 259-73.
2.
E. G. Whitlam, "Opening Address", in G. McCarthy, ed., Foreign Policy for Australia: Choices for the Seventies ( Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1973, p. 6.
3.
Whitlam's Kuala Lumpur press conference of 30 January 1974, in Department of Foreign Affairs memorandum.
4.
See B. Juddery discussion, Canberra Times, 4 April 1973.
5.
See Whitlam, Commonwealth [Australian] Parliamentary Debates (APD), House of Representatives (HR) ( 9 October 1973), p. 1812; and APD, HR ( 2 September 1975), pp. 894-95).
6.
For instance, Whitlam, "Opening Address", in Foreign Policy for Australia, ed. McCarthy , p. 6; Whitlam, "Australia's Foreign Policy: New Directions, New Definitions", 24th Roy Milne Memorial Lecture, Brisbane, 30 November 1973 ( Melbourne: AIIA, 1973) pp. 11-12; and D. Willesee (untitled AIIA conference paper, Adelaide: June 1974), p. 11.
7.
P. King, "Whither Whitlam"? International Affairs 29 (Summer 1974): 434.
8.
Whitlam's Manila press conference of 12 February 1974, transcript, p. 4.
9.
On the Australian-Indonesian-ASEAN connection, see J. A.C. Mackie, "Australia's Relations with Indonesia: Principles and Policies. I", Australian Outlook 28 ( April 1974): 11-13.
10.
For a review of ASEAN's work, see J. Rees, Canberra Times, 19 April 1974, and M. Richardson , Melbourne Age, 10 and 16 October 1975.
11.
For instance, Whitlam's Jakarta press conference of 22 February 1973, transcript, p. 3; and his speech in Manila of 11 February 1974, in Australia and South-East Asia ( Canberra: Department of Foreign Affairs, 1974), p. 48.
12.
See Australian Foreign Affairs Record (AFAR) 44 ( September 1973): 609-11; and AFAR 45 ( March 1974): 157; Whitlam, APD, HR ( 20 March 1974), p. 687; W. D. Forsyth, Canberra Times, 4 March 1975; and K. McGregor, Australian Financial Review, 29 September 1975.
13.
See M. Richardson, Melbourne Age, 26 April 1973
14.
Canberra Times, 6 February 1974.
15.
D. Willesee, address to ECAFE, 12 April 1973, in Department of Foreign Affairs, News Release, no. M/70 ( 3 May 1973), pp. 2-3. Emphasis added. Also see R. Duffield, Australian, 13 April 1973.
16.
See M. Richardson, Australian Financial Review, 23 July 1973.
17.
L. Oakes and D. Solomon, Grab for Power: Election '74 ( Melbourne: Cheshire, 1974), p. 104.
18.
See, for instance, M. Richardson, Melbourne Age, 27 February 1973; and C. Burns, Melbourne Age, 8 August 1973.
19.
Whitlam's Peking press conference of 4 November 1973, in AFAR 44 ( November 1973): 771-72. For the government's assessment of the project shortly before Whitlam was dismissed, see Whitlam, APD, HR ( 2 September 1975), p. 897.
20.
P. Kelly, Australian, 15 February 1974.
21.
For instance, P. Webster, Australian, 20 June 1973.
22.
For instance, J. Farquharson, Canberra Times, 18 October 1974.
23.
For a summary of South-East Asian reactions, see Knight, "Australia and Proposals for Regional Consultation..." pp. 263-70. For ASEAN reactions to post-Vietnam Asia, see B. Wilson, Melbourne Sun News-Pictorial, 14 May 1975 and New York Times, 10 June 1975.
24.
For analyses of Indonesia's proposal, see P. Hastings, Sydney Morning Herald, 12 November 1973 and 15 March 1974; and R. Muntu, Australian, 5 September 1974.
25.
N. Kirk, "New Zealand and South-East Asia: A Policy for the Seventies", address to Council of Returned Services Association, Wellington, 12 June 1973, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs document, pp. 4-6; and J. A. Walding, address to Asian Studies conference, Auckland, 5 July 1974, transcript, pp. 6-8.
26.
A. Somare, "The Emerging Role of Papua New Guinea in World Affairs", 25th Roy Milne Memorial Lecture, Melbourne, 14 June 1974, ( Melbourne, AIIA, 1974,), p.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - The Liberal Inheritance: I 1
  • Notes 25
  • 2 - The Liberal Inheritance: II 28
  • Notes 57
  • 3 - Australia and the International Scene 60
  • Notes 89
  • 4 - External Policy: Diplomatic Dimensions: I 92
  • Notes 120
  • 5 - External Policy: Diplomatic Dimensions: II 124
  • Notes 173
  • 6 - External Policy: Economic Dimensions 178
  • Notes 219
  • 7 - External Policy: Defence Dimensions 225
  • Notes 268
  • 8 - The External Policy Process 274
  • Notes 317
  • 9 - Electoral Politics and External Policy 321
  • Notes 352
  • Bibliography 355
  • Index 359
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