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

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Index
Aborigines, ALP policies, 111; improvement of conditions, 22
Action for World Development, protest features, 73-74
Advisers (personal), roles, 299-300, 302
Africa, colonialism, 101-12, 112- 13
American Chamber of Commerce in Australia, investment attitude, 194-96; lobbying efforts, 196, 198
Anthony, J. D., Chinese recognition, 47-48; conscription outlook, 44; Country Party-DLP similarities, 79; Country Party leader, 37; criticism of Connor, 348; defence expenditures, 231-32, 339; differences with Snedden, 341; economic nationalism theme in 1974 campaign, 342; external issues in 1974 campaign, 337; external policy spokesmanship, 321; multinationals, 81; overseas investment, 193; Peacock China invitation, 47; Timor, 348
ANZUK, ALP policy, 241, 243-44; character, 240-41; contribution, 7
ANZUS, American defence facility connection, 12; ALP position, 70, 248-50; Diego Garcia relationship, 255; L-CP appraisal, 84, 85; Menzies's achievement, 1, 5-6; NW Cape relationship, 257, 258, 259; value, 5-6
Apartheid, ALP attitude, 115, 119; L-CP policy, 21-22
Arab community, electoral importance, 337
Arena, vehicle for critical opinion, 74
Armstrong, J. I., High Commissioner to Britain, 290
ASEAN, ALP outlook, 94-95; Asian- Pacific grouping relationship, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98; foreign aid recipient, 182; L-CP encouragement, 42; members' views of Cambodia at UN, 131; members' views of PRG recognition, 128; neutrality zone, 252
Asian Development Bank, Australian activity, 180, 182
Asian-Pacific grouping, ACP objective, 92-94
Askin, Robert, Hope appointment, 275
ASPAC, ALP outlook, 94; L-CP outlook, 42
Asylum, ALP policy, 115-16, 154-55; asylum, Vietnamese, 134- 35
Association for International Cooperation and Disarmament, part of radical movement, 74; PRG recognition campaign, 129
Association of Iron Ore Exporting Countries, membership, 205
Australia-British Trade Association, lobbying effort, 196
Australia-China Business Cooperation Committee, founding, 213
Australia-Indo-China Society, formation, 129
Australia-Japan Foundation, housed in Prime Minister and Cabinet Department, 296
Australia Party, influence in 1974,

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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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