Double Vision: Asian Accounts Of Australia by Alison Broinoswki

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The Prime Minister’s Closing Address, Liberal Party 49th Federal Council, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra. 14 April, 2002. htm. I wish to thank Meg Gurry for the 2002 reference. org John Carroll, for example, argues that the countries of Asia envy our close alliance with the US, applaud our pragmatic foreign policy and respect the values and institutions which distinguish Australia from other countries in the region. ’ See Carroll, John. 2003. Howard navigating a safe diplomatic course. Australian Financial Review, 9 January, 2003.

They continue, ‘Your missionaries came among us, and read from your Scriptures beautiful precepts like those of Confucius and Mencius. They spoke to us of the brotherhood of man, and told us that the foundation principle of the social religion of Englishmen was this — “Ye shall do unto others as ye would they should do unto you”. And this, also, is the sentiment of our own Great Teacher’. CHINESE IMMIGRANTS’ VIEWS 51 Australia was also a country which had undeniably profited from the skills and enterprise of Chinese immigrants.

He took a stand on three main issues: German reparations, Australian mandates over former German territories in the Pacific and racial equality. Ever the practical man, Hughes had a bottom line on each issue. He sought massive punitive damages against Germany, bartered for as many colonial possessions as possible for Australia in the Pacific, and, of special note, fought for the deletion of any reference to racial equality in the formal documents issuing from the conference. 22 He heaped scorn on those who imagined that a just international settlement might achieve a peaceful outcome.

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