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Are we Asian Yet?: History Vs Geography (#5 Australian Foreign Affairs)
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Jonathan Pearlman
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Are we Asian Yet?: History Vs Geography (#5 Australian Foreign Affairs)

Jonathan Pearlman


9781760641009

Black Inc


History;
Society & culture: general;
International relations;
Advocate - Today's World


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128 pages

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The latest issue of Australian Foreign Affairs examines Australia's struggle to define its place in Asia as it balances its historic ties to the West with its geography. 

Are We Asian Yet? explores Australia's changing population, outlook and identity as it adjusts to the Asian Century. 

David Walker- 'Great Australian divide- The Western outpost faces the Asian century'

Linda Jaivin- 'As China rises, can its culture conquer the world?'
'The view from Asia- Can Australia be one of us?'
'Migrant flows- The new Australians and the nation's changing identity?

Plus Six feature reviews by journalists
Correspondence on AFA4- Defending Australia

By:   Jonathan Pearlman
Imprint:   Black Inc
Country of Publication:   Australia
Edition:   5th edition
Dimensions:   Height: 232mm,  Width: 167mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   218g
ISBN:   9781760641009
ISBN 10:   1760641006
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   February 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

Jonathan Pearlman is the editor of Australian Foreign Affairs and a correspondent for the Telegraph (UK) and the Straits Times newspaper (Singapore). He previously worked at The Sydney Morning Herald, covering foreign affairs and politics. He has worked as a correspondent in the Middle East, as well as covering various international stories, including the 2008 US election and the violence in eastern Congo. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including Diplomat, Good Weekend and Australian Book Review, and he has been a Walkley Award finalist and United Nations Media Award winner. He was born in Sydney and studied at the University of New South Wales and Oxford University.

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