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  • Author(s)Beeson, Mark / Hameiri, Shahar
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  • Published9th November 2016
  • PublisherOxford University Press ANZ
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The twelfth volume in this definitive series on Australia’s foreign policy charts Australian foreign policymakers’ efforts to navigate an increasingly unpredictable international environment. A shifting environment in which established and long-held Australian conceptions of international politics appear to be challenged due to the rise of China and the intensification of a host of ‘non-traditional’ security concerns, such as Islamic State, climate change and, for some, irregular migration. It describes the years between 2011 and 2015, a period of considerable domestic political instability in which Australia had four prime ministers, two removed by their own parties, and three foreign ministers, as characterised by economic and security volatility, globally and regionally – ‘the old order is dying, the new struggling to be born’. The thematic chapters cover and analyse major developments in important areas of foreign policy and are written by some of the foremost experts working in Australia today. It is a valuable resource for specialists, students and interested readers alike, seeking to understand the forces shaping Australian foreign policy in our time.  FeaturesIncludes 14 thematic chapters covering all of the major areas of Australian foreign policy providing readers with a comprehensive view of Australian foreign policymaking todayEncompasses major events in Australian politics and foreign policy 2011-15 providing readers with a quick reference tool for locating major eventsChronology of Australia’s Foreign Policy and Political Events 2011–2015List of Australian Prime Ministers and Foreign Affairs, Trade and Defence Ministers, 2011–15Previous titles in the series from Oxford University PressThe National Interest in a Global Era: Australia in World Affairs 1996-2000 – edited by James Cotton, John Ravenhill Trading On Alliance Security: Australia in World Affairs 2001-2005 – edited by James Cotton, John Ravenhill Middle Power Dreaming: Australia in World Affairs 2006-2010 – edited by James Cotton, John Ravenhill
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