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New Zealand in world affairs III, 1972-1990

Author: Bruce Brown; New Zealand Institute of International Affairs.
Publisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Victoria University Press in association with the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The eighteen years from 1972 to 1990 encompassed a near revolution in New Zealand's foreign relations. In the early seventies, New Zealand's approaches to Asia were piecemeal ; decolonisation in the Pacific had just begun ; aparthied remained firmly entrenched in South Africa ; and New Zealand's trade arrangement with Australia was distinguished as much by the bickering it produced as by its limited trading  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Brown; New Zealand Institute of International Affairs.
ISBN: 0864733720 9780864733726
OCLC Number: 154307858
Description: 336 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: New Zealand in the World economy : trade negotiations & diversification / Bruce Brown --
New Zealand & the Development of international law / Malcolm Templeton --
From Singapore to Harare : New Zealand & the Commonwealth --
New Zealand defence policy from Vietnam to the Gulf / Ian McKinnon --
Realignment : New Zealand & its ANZUS allies / Malcolm McKinnon --
Trans-Tasman relations : CER & CDR / Stephen Hoadley --
An evolving relationship : New Zealand & Japan / Ann Trotter --
Breaking the mould : New Zealand's relations with China / John McKinnon --
New Zealand & Oceania / John Henderson --
The public dimenson / Roderick Alley.
Other Titles: New Zealand in world affairs.
Responsibility: edited by Bruce Brown.

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"The eighteen years from 1972 to 1990 encompassed a near revolution in New Zealand's foreign relations. In the early seventies, New Zealand's approaches to Asia were piecemeal ; decolonisation in the Pacific had just begun ; aparthied remained firmly entrenched in South Africa ; and New Zealand's trade arrangement with Australia was distinguished as much by the bickering it produced as by its limited trading advantages. By 1990 all of these things had changed, all of them dramatically." -- Back cover.

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