The characteristics of Australian policymaking in national security crises (with special reference to East Timor, 1999)
This dissertation identifies the consistent and variable characteristics of crisis policymaking in Australia, and identifies the reasons why characteristics may change. Importantly, this dissertation is about policymaking processes, not judgments about the success, morality or effectiveness of Australian policies. The analysis is conducted through three main stages. The first involves identifying characteristics for national security policymaking through an examination of the...[Show more]
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