A Vulnerable country? : civil resources in the defence of Australia
The fundamental conditions of Australian national security planning are quite unique. There are no overseas models which Australian national security planners can copy. The sheer size of Australia poses enormous defence planning problems, compounded by Australia's extremely limited resources and their concentration in essentially one corner of the continent. In endeavouring to establish a more selfreliant defence posture for Australia there will have to be greater use of civil resources. This...[Show more]
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