The impossible alliance : Australia, the United States and the post-war settlement of 1919
Until the dark days of 1942 Australia took only sporadic interest in foreign affairs. For the most part her international outlook was one of disinterest; the result of an unconscious provincialism. Australia rejected the view that she had a material or moral interest in taking an active part in international politics. Dominion status within the British Empire meant that routine diplomatic negotiations were still conducted on behalf of Australia by the Government in London. Australian...[Show more]
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