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Cambridge University Press
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May 2024
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The Australia in World Affairs series commenced in 1950 and provides a continuous, researched scholarly account of Australia's foreign policy. The eleventh volume, Australia in World Affairs 2006–2010: Middle Power Dreaming, outlines the transition from Liberal–National Party Coalition to Labor government and shows the extent to which partisanship made a difference in Australian foreign policy. Shifting power relativities meant that Australian governments faced one of the most demanding and important tasks in their future management of foreign policy. Great attention continued to be paid to the US alliance, and new efforts were devoted to furthering security ties with US allies Japan and South Korea, as well as to enhancing Australia's military capabilities, all the while ensuring that the US remained engaged with whatever architecture emerged.

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