The Commonwealth: Australia’s traditional 'window' into Africa
The Commonwealth’s importance for Australia’s overall foreign policy is often seen as relatively negligible, but its importance historically for Australia’s foreign policy engagement with African states should be seen as quite central. Since the 1960s, the Commonwealth forum has provided Australia with the most extensive multilateral (and to an extent bilateral) opportunity to engage with African states and issues, and as such should be recognised as Australia’s traditional ‘window’ into...[Show more]
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