Navigating the New International Disorder: Australia in World Affairs 2011 - 2015

Paperback | November 27, 2016

EditorMark Beeson, Shahar Hameiri

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Australia in World Affairs is a long lasting series published in association with the Australian Institute of International Affairs. Navigating the New International Disorder is the twelfth volume and focuses on Australias foreign policy throughout 2011-2015 and is an essential text for thoseworking in this area, and for students taking a foreign policy subject in a politics degree. This text aims to promote understanding of international issues by examining important factors during the last five years including Australias political uncertainty, the growing challenges in the Middle East and Europe and the South China Sea disputes.

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Australia in World Affairs is a long lasting series published in association with the Australian Institute of International Affairs. Navigating the New International Disorder is the twelfth volume and focuses on Australias foreign policy throughout 2011-2015 and is an essential text for thoseworking in this area, and for students takin...

Mark Beeson is Professor of International Politics at the University of Western Australia; co-editor of Contemporary Politics; and founding editor of Critical Studies of the Asia Pacific. Shahar Hameiri is Associate Professor of International Politics and Associate Director of the Graduate Centre in Governance and International Affairs...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9.65 × 6.69 × 0.01 inPublished:November 27, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195596242

ISBN - 13:9780195596243

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Table of Contents

1. Australian Foreign Policy and the New World Disorder2. Australia and an Evolving International Order: A Time of Tectonic Change3. International Order-Building and the Systemic Context of Australian Foreign Policy, 1901-Present4. The United States or China: We Dont Have to Choose5. International Organisations and International Law6. Non-traditional Security7. The Foreign Policy Process8. Australian Ideas of Regionalism9. Trade and Industry Policy 2011-15: The Growing Partisan Divide10. The Challenges of Australias Resource Power Moment11. Playing its Part? The Environment in Australias Foreign Policy12. Gender and Foreign Policy13. Australia and the Aftermath of the GFC14. Foreign Aid15. More New Delhi, Less Vienna: Australia, India and Global Nuclear Orders