Australia's security relations with the United States, 1957-1963
This dissertation is an account of Australia's re-orientation of security thinking after the "cathartic experience" of the 1956 Suez crisis. It treats of the Australian Government's realistic assessment of the changed power relationships after Suez and its determination to maximise the security guarantee of its most powerful Western ally in the Pacific. The story reveals Australia's increasing reliance in defence matters on the United States, where she had .. ·· .. formerly strive·n to...[Show more]
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