Australia, Malaysia and the problem of confrontation
During the mid-1960s Australia became increasingly interested in developments in Southeast Asia and increasingly concerned at the possibility of their adversely affecting Australian security. Indonesia's confrontation of Malaysia contributed significantly to that process and to the passing of the traditional Australian apathy towards foreign affairs in time of peace. Southeast Asia came to be regarded as an area productive of war and conflicts Australia reacted by seeking to become a...[Show more]
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