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Fear of abandonment’: a history of Australian foreign policy
By Online Editor
00:35 am GMT+12, 23/01/2019, Fiji
Allan Gingili’s Fear of abandonment is a masterpiece on the history of Australia’s foreign policy. The most important storyline is Australia’s journey from being a mere dominion of mother Britain to increasingly shaping its own new destiny in the burgeoning Indo… Read more

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