Lost at sea: Australia in the turbulence of world politics
This paper critically examines the conceptual foundations of the Howard government’s foreign policy, suggests a more accurate picture of the contours of contemporary world politics, and highlights the practical and ethical challenges entailed in the required shift from ‘foreign’ to ‘transnational’ policy making. It begins with an examination of how the government has understood the structure of the contemporary international system, focusing on the curious amalgam of traditional notions of...[Show more]
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