Australia and the United States

  title={Australia and the United States},
  author={Jill Bachman and Lynette Cusack},
  journal={Journal of Addictions Nursing},
Since assuming the Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio, I have not given a major speech in Australia on Australia's relations with the United States. I thought it was time to do so because it is a relationship, both in reality and in public perception, which looms exceedingly large in our foreign affairs and trade thinking. My recent visit to Washington, the attention that Australia-United States trade problems received in the aftermath of Vice President Quayle's visit, and the publicity given… Expand
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