Australian Foreign Policy since World War Two.
The Australian/American Alliance has dominated Australian Foreign Policy since World War II
From discovery and colonisation to appeasement and blatant dependence, Australian Foreign Policy, for the initial part of our nation's existence, has been wholly reliant on Great Britain, the Mother Country. World War II and the pending threat of a Japanese invasion brought about a prompt change in focus of foreign policy, from Great Britain to the United States of America. This conversion occurred when Great Britain couldn't come to our defence when we were under threat and it became increasingl…
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