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Problems in Australian Foreign Policy, January to June 1974

Problems in Australian Foreign Policy, January to June 1974 Footnotes 1. See, for example the essays by B. McFarlane, David Evans and R. Catley in J. Playford and D. Kirsner eds., Australian Capitalism: Towards a Socialist Critique (Penguin, 1972); also H. McQueen ‘Living off Asia’, Arena no. 26 (1971) pp.13–37; R. Catley and B. McFarlane ‘The Economic Dimensions of Australian Foreign Policy: Labor and the Pacific Rim Strategy’, Ch. 6 of From Twedledum to Tweedledee (Sydney: Australia and New Zealand Co., 1974); and J. Camilleri, ‘In search of a Foreign Policy’, Arena No.32–33 (1973) pp. 65–79. 2. P. Baran, The Political Economy of Growth (NY: Monthly Review Press, May, 1962); P. Jallee, Imperialism in the Seventies (NY: Third Ress, 1972); A. B. Frank, Capitalism and Under‐development in Latin America (NY: Monthly Review Press, 1969), and Latin America: Under‐development of Revolution (NY: Monthly Review Ress, 1969); H. Magdoff, The Age of Imperialism (NY: Monthly Review Ress, 1969); S. Amin, Neo‐Colonalism in West Africa (Penguin, 1973); W. Rodney How Europe Underdeveloped Africa , (London: Bogle‐L'Duverture, 1972); R. Rhodes ed., Imperialism and Underdevelopment (NY: Monthly Review Ress, 1970). 3. For an effective example of such a critique see H. Bull, ‘Australian perceptions of our role in the world,’ paper given http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Journal of Politics and History Wiley

Problems in Australian Foreign Policy, January to June 1974

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1974 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0004-9522
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1467-8497
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10.1111/j.1467-8497.1974.tb01119.x
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Footnotes 1. See, for example the essays by B. McFarlane, David Evans and R. Catley in J. Playford and D. Kirsner eds., Australian Capitalism: Towards a Socialist Critique (Penguin, 1972); also H. McQueen ‘Living off Asia’, Arena no. 26 (1971) pp.13–37; R. Catley and B. McFarlane ‘The Economic Dimensions of Australian Foreign Policy: Labor and the Pacific Rim Strategy’, Ch. 6 of From Twedledum to Tweedledee (Sydney: Australia and New Zealand Co., 1974); and J. Camilleri, ‘In search of a Foreign Policy’, Arena No.32–33 (1973) pp. 65–79. 2. P. Baran, The Political Economy of Growth (NY: Monthly Review Press, May, 1962); P. Jallee, Imperialism in the Seventies (NY: Third Ress, 1972); A. B. Frank, Capitalism and Under‐development in Latin America (NY: Monthly Review Press, 1969), and Latin America: Under‐development of Revolution (NY: Monthly Review Ress, 1969); H. Magdoff, The Age of Imperialism (NY: Monthly Review Ress, 1969); S. Amin, Neo‐Colonalism in West Africa (Penguin, 1973); W. Rodney How Europe Underdeveloped Africa , (London: Bogle‐L'Duverture, 1972); R. Rhodes ed., Imperialism and Underdevelopment (NY: Monthly Review Ress, 1970). 3. For an effective example of such a critique see H. Bull, ‘Australian perceptions of our role in the world,’ paper given

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Australian Journal of Politics and HistoryWiley

Published: Dec 1, 1974

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