Re-examining the Australian public's attitude to military casualties: post-heroic or defeat-phobic?
Australia, like most other developed democracies, is often alleged to suffer from ‘casualty phobia’. The perception that the Australian public will not tolerate casualties in foreign conflicts has shaped the decisions of both civilian and military pol
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