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The China Choice: Why America Should Share Power
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Power shift: rethinking Australia's place in the Asian century
  • H. White
  • Political Science
  • 15 January 2011
Australian foreign and strategic policy has not yet begun to address the implications for Australia's international situation of China's growing power. China today already challenges the AmericanExpand
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Indonesia's ‘Great Power’ Aspirations: A Critical View
Indonesia is readying itself for a return to a diplomatic assertiveness not seen since the early 1960s. Partly, this reflects the approach of 0050 resident Joko Widodo and his government, but it alsoExpand
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Without America: Australia in the New Asia
  • H. White
  • Political Science
  • 25 November 2017
For almost a decade now, the world's two most powerful countries have been competing over which of them will dominate the world's most important and dynamic region. America has been trying to remainExpand
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Power Shift: Australia's Future between Washington and Beijing
There is a problem with Australia's vision of its future. On the one hand, we assume that China will just keep growing indefinitely, buying more and more from our miners at higher and higher prices.Expand
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Strategic Interests in Australian Defence Policy: Some Historical and Methodological Reflections
The first, and often the hardest, step in any defence policy is to define strategic objectives— what we want our armed forces to be able to do. This is especially hard for a country like Australia,Expand
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The China Choice: Why We Should Share Power
1. A HARD CHOICE 2. AMERICA IN ASIA 3. CHINA: POWER AND AMBITION 4. THE MILITARY BALANCE 5. THE ASIAN SETTING 6. AMERICA'S OPTIONS, AMERICA'S OBJECTIVES 7. THE REALITY OF RIVALRY 8. A CONCERT OF ASIAExpand
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The limits to optimism: Australia and the rise of China
  • H. White
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 2005
The Australian government optimistically expects that China's rise can be easily managed. They predict US–China relations will be cooperative, and reject concerns that Australia may face hard choicesExpand
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Nature And Salvation In Piers Plowman
The idea of the natural recurs throughout Piers Plowman. This book seeks to show that the idea holds a central place in Langland's understanding of the way in which man is saved. This understandingExpand
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In denial: Defending Australia as China looks south
Let's be honest: Australians have never had much time for our South Pacific neighbours. The island nations that lie to our north and north-east, stretching from Papua New Guinea and Solomon IslandsExpand
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