New Liberalism as a Missing Link: Australia and Japan
Australia and Japan are geographically on the western edge of the much talked-of ‘Pacific Rim’; psychologically they are often seen as occupying similar positions on the edge of Western cultures. Both have significant indigenous populations: Aborigines in Australia, and the Ainu of northern Japan, who have a history of sometimes savage oppression. Both countries have chosen, at various times in their histories, to claim or to accentuate their racial and cultural homogeneity. And both are...[Show more]
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