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In one of the most ground-breaking moments in Australian foreign affairs, former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam broke with Western tradition to normalise Australian relations with Beijing in 1972. The benefits for Australia today are plain to see. Our country has … more

 
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From the Tyranny of Distance to the Power of Proximity: Labor’s Legacy in Terms of Trade

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Imagine a country that rarely notices the world beyond its own borders. It’s a country that has double-digit inflation, high unemployment and a poor record of industrial disputation. Industry shelters behind prohibitive tariff walls, the exchange rate is fixed and … more

 
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