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Author Australia. Parliament. Senate. Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee

Title The (not quite) White Paper : Australia's foreign affairs and trade policy, Advancing the national interest / The Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee
Published [Canberra] : Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee, 2003

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 W'PONDS  327.94 Aus/Fad  AVAILABLE
Description x, 70 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves ; 25 cm
Series Senate Committee report / Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee
Parliamentary paper / Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 0727-4181 ; no. 442 of 2003
Australia. Parliament. Senate. Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee. Report
Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ; 2003, no. 442
Analysis Electronic resource
Foreign policy
International cooperation
Trade policy
National security
Australia overseas comparisons
Key item
Notes "December 2003"
Chair: Hon. Peter Cook
"The Senate Foreign Relations, Defence and Trade Committee [sic], in conducting an Inquiry into last February's Foreign Affairs and Trade White Paper [Advancing the national interest], has been a platform for community views and an opportunity for expert opinion to be solicited on the whole range of our foreign and trade interests."--Preface
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Address as at 21/06/04: http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/fadt_ctte/white_paper/report/report.pdf
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Commonwealth of Australia
Subject Australia. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Advancing the national interest
Australia -- Foreign relations.
Australia -- Commercial policy.
Author Cook, Peter, 1943-2005.
ISBN 064271312X
Other Titles Australia's foreign affairs and trade policy, Advancing the national interest
Advancing the national interest
General inquiry report
Advancing the national interest