This important book returns the rich and contextually valuable perspectives of different peoples to the policy forefront. The broad divisiveness witnessed globally, but with specific emphasis on democratic nations, could be better managed if we were all willing to be a little foxier.
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Australia today is ideally positioned – geographically and civilizationally – to work between Asian-region societies and Western states in “updating” the rules-based order (RBO). "Australia and the Rules-Based International Order" will help to inform Australian policy makers and the interested public on this critical issue.
Australian Institute of International Affairs National President Allan Gyngell starts his history of Australian foreign policy with the observation that Australia’s myths are mostly military ones: “The story Australians know best of their country’s engagement with the world is one of wars and battles.”