This is the eleventh volume in a series initiated and sponsored by the Australian Institute of International Affairs, which has reviewed and analyzed Australian foreign policy from 1950. This text captures the key characteristics, policy decisions and activities of the Australian government and its diplomatic staff during the past five years. As with previous volumes, there are chapters examining Australia's major bilateral relationships and central questions in policy-making and execution. There is also coverage of emerging or developing issues: such as relations with Africa and with India, and innovations in the management of policy-making.
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