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Abstract of the essay published by Nomos and Khaos 2007

Emanuele Giordana

Venerdi' 13 Giugno 2008
The kangaroo takes off

After Labour’s victory in the elections, Australia appears to be pushing ahead for a new partnership with Asia, and with China in particular. Australia’s calling, as a “Western” nation in terms of its origins, yet as an Asian nation in terms of its geographicallocation and geopolitical decisions, goes back a long way and has been pursued by conservatives and labourites alike with varying degrees of enthusiasm. Is Canberra’s “Asian” option a geographical curiosity in a distant land or is it also an opportunity for the Western bloc, from the United States to the old continent?
At this particular time it also appears to be an attractive resource for Italy, which has traditionally had good relations with Australia as well as the presence of a significant community of people of Italian origin.

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