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foreign policy of the Hawke-Keating governments
J. L. Richardson
by Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University in Canberra, Australia
Written in English
|Statement||James L. Richardson.|
|Series||Working paper -- 1997/4, Working paper (Australian National University. Dept. of International Relations) -- no. 1997/4.|
|Contributions||Australian National University. Dept. of International Relations.|
|LC Classifications||DU117.18 .R53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
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This was the Australian government policy until , when Paul Keating, in another great act of economic vandalism, allowed foreign banks into Australia. This effectively outsourced control of the monetary supply to unelected foreign banks, with no oversight of how foreign capital was invested. He has written or edited 13 books Nuclear Weapons: The State of Play (co-author), Inside the Hawke-Keating Government: A Cabinet Diary (), Foreign Policy magazine cited him as one of the Top Global Thinkers for "for making 'the responsibility to protect' more than academic". In he was awarded the Franklin and.
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That's how the Hawke–Keating Government is now widely regarded. But how did this highly able, ambitious, strong-willed group work through its crises and rivalries, and achieve what it did. Gareth Evans' diary, written in the mids and published now /5(6).
As a result, there exists a latent similarity in the foreign policy of successive Australian governments across the last 40 years that becomes more pronounced when comparing them within their respective partisan delineations. Thus, the apparent similarity in the foreign policy of the Hawke-Keating and Rudd-Gillard governments is hardly surprising.
Still close to the events, this paper attempts an assessment of the foreign policy of the Hawke–Keating governments. It argues that, within the constraints which any government was bound to observe, the Australian Labor Party government responded creatively to the new security environment arising from the ending of the Cold War, especially in Cited by: 2.
Those diaries would have been worth reading but hopefully, that stellar period will be the subject of another book. Gareth Evans, Inside the Hawke–Keating Government: A Cabinet Diary, Melbourne University Publishing, Niree Creed is the Director of Communications, AIIA.
The foreign policy of the Hawke-Keating governments: an interim review. Statistics; Export Reference to BibTeX; Export Reference to EndNote XML; Richardson, James L.
Description. Still close to the events, this paper attempts an assessment of the foreign policy of the Hawke–Keating governments. It argues that, within the constraints which any Cited by: 2. Despite what ensued, it is apparent that under the Hawke-Keating government, Australia managed to ‘establish a reputation as a competent, creative and above all, active member of the international community’.
Shifting from the external, Australia’s initiatives also reflected the domestic considerations of the Hawke-Keating government. The Hawke–Keating Government describes the Hawke Governments and Keating Governments, which spanned from 11 March to 11 March The governments were formed by the Australian Labor Party, and was led first by Bob Hawke as Prime Minister and then by Paul Hawke–Keating Government began after the Fraser Government was defeated at the.
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A set of principles, policies and decisions adopted. The book is sweeping in its coverage. It is divided into four parts: the evolution of Australian foreign policy, security, economy and issues in foreign policy. The book charts Australian foreign policy from onwards, giving particular attention to foreign policy under prime ministers Hawke, Keating.
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