Foreign affairs past and future

by
July 1986, no. 82

A History of Australian Foreign Policy: From dependence to independence by E.M Andrews

Longman Cheshire, 236pp, $5.95

Foreign affairs past and future

by
July 1986, no. 82

This book is a useful and lucid account of Australian foreign policy since the very beginning. It does not purport to be an authoritative or a particularly analytical account of the evolution of external policy but is one which senior secondary school children could find helpful in achieving a sense of perspective. As its author concedes, to grasp the essentials of Australian foreign policy this book read in isolation would not be enough, and some general knowledge of world events is necessary.

Geoffrey Williams reviews 'A History of Australian Foreign Policy: From dependence to independence' by E.M. Andrews

A History of Australian Foreign Policy: From dependence to independence

by E.M Andrews

Longman Cheshire, 236pp, $5.95

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