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More than an ally?" : contemporary Australia-US relations

Author: Maryanne Kelton
Publisher: Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2008.
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"With the ascendancy of the Coalition government in 1996 there was a marked shift of emphasis directed to deepening Australia's relations with America. Kelton argues that the Coalition government strategically linked security and economic well-being and that this linking was contextualized by threats both internal and external. It is argued that the government skilfully mediated between international and domestic  Read more...
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Kelton, Maryanne, 1959-
More than an ally?".
Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2008
(OCoLC)608805175
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maryanne Kelton
ISBN: 9780754673675 0754673677
OCLC Number: 181424108
Description: xii, 226 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Integrated threat perception and the intensification of the US alliance --
Cultural cachet? : lambs and leather --
Australia, the United States, and East Timor : the importance of convergent interests --
Establishing an Australian culture? : managing biotechnology and pharmaceuticals --
New depths : the Collins Class submarine project --
Iraq : Australia-US global partnership? --
Steel blues --
Linkage politics : The AUSFTA.
Responsibility: Maryanne Kelton.
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With the ascendancy of the Coalition government in 1996, there was a marked shift of emphasis directed to deepening Australia's relations with America. This book uses six cases to demonstrate both  Read more...

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