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  • ISBN 0868408689
  • ISBN13 978-0868408682
  • Language English
  • Author Meaney Neville
  • Publisher University Of NSW (2007)
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This lecture reflects on one of the major themes which informed my two latest works, Towards a New Vision: Australia and Japan across Time and Australia and World Crisis, 1914-1923, namely the ris. More).

Biography: Neville Meaney is an Honorary Associate Professor of History. from the University of Adelaide and a P. from Duke University. He taught for many years in the History Department of the University of Sydney. The paper will draw on issues dealt with in his two latest works, 'Towards a New Vision: Australia and Japan across Time'(University of New South Wales Press, 2007) and 'Australia and World Crisis, 1914-23' (Sydney University Press, 2009). Time: 7:00 for 7:30 Venue: Spicy Sichuan Restaurant Address: 1- Glebe Point Road Sydney.

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Meaney, M. 2007, Towards a New Vision: Australia and Japan Across Time. The origins of Britain’s relationship with French Indo-China lay not in London but across the Atlantic with the US President Franklin Roosevelt

Meaney, M. NSW University Press, Kensington,NSW. The Colonization of Australia. The origins of Britain’s relationship with French Indo-China lay not in London but across the Atlantic with the US President Franklin Roosevelt. He wanted to remove Indo-China from French colonial control and to create a post-war trusteeship that would advance Indo-Chinese independence. Roosevelt did not intend to restore the European balance of power at the end of the war, but to create a new.

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The contemporary Australia–Japan relationship is the deepest of. .

The contemporary Australia–Japan relationship is the deepest of Australia's relationships with an Asian nation. It is mature and multifaceted. At various times during the course of the relationship Japan has been a catalyst for important developments in Australia's international and domestic political policies. The Australia–Japan relationship is less than 150 years old. Early themes still resonate in the contemporary relationship. Meaney, Neville (1999), Towards a New Vision: Australia and Japan through 100 YearsFind this resource: Oliver, Pam (2004), Allies, Enemies and Trading Partners: Records on Australia and the JapaneseFind this resource

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11 Meaney, Towards a New Vision, pp. 126–31 14 While troupes of Japanese entertainers toured Australia in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. 126–31. 12 Sissons, David C. ‘Australia and Japan, 1961–1965’, in Greenwood, Gordon and Harper, Norman, ed. Australia in World Affairs 1961–1965 (Melbourne: F. W. Cheshire, 1968), pp. 377–96. 13 Waterhouse, Richard, ‘Lola Montez and High Culture: The Elizabethan Theatre Trust in Post-war Australia’, Journal of Australian Studies, 21, 52 (1997), pp. 148–58.

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