Australia and the Commonwealth

@article{McDougall2005AustraliaAT,
  title={Australia and the Commonwealth},
  author={D. McDougall},
  journal={The Round Table},
  year={2005},
  volume={94},
  pages={339 - 349}
}
The Empire–Commonwealth played a key role in the evolution of Australia's international position. However, the post-1960s Commonwealth has only been of minor significance for Australia. The Commonwealth provides a backdrop for a number of Australia's bilateral relationships, the most important of which are those with Britain, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Canada, India, Malaysia and Singapore. The multilateral context provided by the Commonwealth is relevant to advancing Australian goals… Expand

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