Australia's policy towards coup-prone and military regimes in the Asia-Pacific: Thailand, Fiji and Burma
Events in Thailand, Fiji and Burma in 2006 and 2007 focused attention on Australia's foreign policy response to regional coup-prone states and military regimes. Australia's official reaction to these events took different forms: for Thailand, a mild rebuk
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