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Titulos:
The other special relationship : the United States and Australia at the start of the 21st century / edited by Jeffrey D. McCausland, ... [et al.].
ISBN:
1584872764; 9781584872764
Lugar de Edición:
Carlisle, PA :
Editor:
Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College,
Fecha de Edición:
2007.
Notas Formateada:
The future of U.S.-Australia relations and the curse of George Harrison / John C. Hulsman -- The Australian-American alliance: towards a revitalization / Paul Kelly -- The alliance and the Asia-Pacific Region: an American perspective / Andrew Scobell -- The alliance and the Asia-Pacific Region: an Australian perspective / Robert Ayson -- The relationship's political aspects: an American perspective / John Higley -- Australian public opinion and the Australia-U.S. alliance / Brendon O'Connor -- The United States and Australia: competing economic perspectives / Leif Rosenberger -- Economic and business aspects: an Australian perspective / Don Russell -- The United States, Australia, and the search for order in East Asia and beyond / James J. Przystup -- Security and defense aspects of the special relationship: an Australian perspective / Michael Evans -- The future of the U.S.-Australian alliance: adapting to new challenges? / James A. Schear.
Nota de contenido:
This volume summarizes the major findings of the conference participants over the last year. Beyond the thematic resemblance between this volume and the previous study of U.S.-UK relations, another similarity is the importance of two events in determining London and Canberra's relations with Washington. The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (9/11) represent the first turning point. The British and Australian governments reacted similarly to these attacks -- immediately identifying 9/11 as a transformative moment in international relations. But the Australian Prime Minister's presence in Washington, DC, during the 9/11 terrorist attacks intensified the personal impact of the events, and within a few days his government had invoked the ANZUS Treaty to offer its full support to the United States. The second "big event" dominating both U.S.-UK relations and U.S.-Australia relations has been America's management of the Global War on Terror and, in particular, its leadership of the ongoing operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Palabras clave:
Relaciones internacionales
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