Living with Dragons: Australia Confronts Its Asian Destiny
Allen & Unwin
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1995
Living with Dragons is a dispatch from the front-line of Australia's engagement with Asia. It reveals for the first time just what a transforming and pervasive development the 'Asianisation' of Australian life is. Living with Dragons tackles all the hard questions. Australian identity, human rights, economic policy, the environment, defence and security, culture, the business challenge, language and education. Just as the decision a century ago to reject Asia set the pattern for Australia's subsequent development, so the new and belated embrace of Asia will transform almost every aspect of our national life. Australia is making the decisions now which will once again determine how we live for the next hundred years. This is the book which tells us what those decisions are, how we have arrived at them and where we go from here as we confront our Asian destiny. Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor of The Australian, has brought together some of the best minds and most important policy practitioners in Australia and Asia. The result is the most sustained and hard-edged analysis yet produced of Australia's Asian engagement and what
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