Seventy Years on and Australia's Unfinished Twentieth Century
In his memoir, Comrade Ambassador, Stephen FitzGerald recalls his time as a fledgling diplomat in the late 1960s. He characterises Australia’s China policy at the time as being ‘illogical, delusional, and unsustainable’ (FitzGerald 2015a, 40). I wonder what adjectives he might use to describe this nation’s policies today, nearly half a century later?
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