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Australia"s security relationship with Japan how much farther can it go? by Paul Dibb

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Published by Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, ANU in Canberra .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Japan-Australia Joint Declaration on Security Cooperation,
  • Australia -- Military relations -- Japan,
  • Japan -- Military relations -- Australia,
  • Australia -- Military relations -- United States,
  • United States -- Military relations -- Australia

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementPaul Dibb.
SeriesSDSC working paper -- 407, Working paper (Australian National University. Strategic and Defence Studies Centre) -- no.407.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUA870 .D5278 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination13 p. ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23837200M
ISBN 109780731554836
LC Control Number2009396073
OCLC/WorldCa261340875

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The evolution of the Japan-Australia. security relationship. Japan and Australia emerged as strong bilateral partners soon after World War II when Tokyo and Canberra normalised relations in and ratified the Commerce Treaty. Economics continued to drive the .   More to the point, the intrinsic dynamics of the Australia-Japan relationship remain under-analysed as are the factors that will shape its future course. One explanation for this has been a tendency on both sides to take the bilateral relationship for granted. In many respects this is not surprising given the longevity of bilateral ties. Australia is our home and this is the best place to explore it! Within these pages you will find information on o Australian towns and cities and guides on things to do there. We have some great destination and holiday guides, hotels deals, tours and upcoming events for places all over the country. If . For an earlier review of the development of the Japan-Australia security relationship, from which much of this paper is derived, see Desmond Ball, ‘Security Cooperation Between Japan and Australia: Current Elements and Future Prospects’, in Brad Williams and Andrew Newman (eds.), Australia-Japan Defence Cooperation, (Routledge, London, ), pp.

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