The politics of Australian foreign aid policy 1950-1972
This thesis is a historical study of Australian foreign aid policy from 1950 to 1972, a period during which the Liberal-Country Party Coalition was in office. It is a political analysis of the objectives and underlying considerations - political, economic and humanitarian - which were the most important to Australia as a donor nation. The study draws a basic distinction between foreign aid to independent recipient countries and ’territorial aid' to Australia’s colony - Papua New Guinea. It...[Show more]
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