Australian attitudes and policies towards Indonesia have
encompassed two main issues in the period 1950 to 1965. The West New
Guinea issue and the confrontation issue posed different kinds of tests
for Australian foreign policy as well as presenting a challenge to
Australians to come to terms with their situation in the sub-region and,
in particular, in their attitudes to Indonesia itself.
The perceptions, attitudes and opinions of Australians on these
issues are the central concern of...[Show more]
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