Australia and the Northeast Asian Ascendancy: Report to the Prime Minister and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade
Analyses the process of economic change in Northeast Asia and assesses its implications for Australia. Recommendations are included for policy and other responses which would increase the economic, political and wider benefits to Australia.
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Contending Liberalisms in World Politics: Ideology and Power
James L. Richardson
Limited preview - 2001