India, Japan, Australia : partners in Asia? Papers from a conference at the Australian National University, September 1967
'Australia is located at a superficially convenient point in geographical terms and in industrial strength to stress our interest in Asia, and in particular our interest in the two nations at the north-west and northeast extremities of the arc facing inwards to the Asian heartland: India and Japan. Yet there seems no triangular relationship much thought about, let alone practised.' These words are taken from Sir John Crawford's foreword to this book, which is the outcome of his suggestion that...[Show more]
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