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Can We Trust America?: A Superpower in Transition: Australian Foreign Affairs 8

Jonathan Pearlman

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Black Inc
17 February 2020
History; Society & culture: general; Politics & government; International relations
As the United States needs Australia more, we have the chance - and the obligation - to shape the alliance in our interests. Instead, we have become less questioning and more compliant with each presidential tweet. MICHAEL WESLEY The eighth issue of Australian Foreign Affairs examines the changing status of the United States as its dominance in the Asia-Pacific faces challenge from China and its America First foreign policy marks a shift away from global engagement.

Can We Trust America? looks at the uncertainties for Australia as questions arise about the commitment of its closest ally.

Michael Wesley calls for an alliance makeover as China's ambition puts US-Australian ties under strain.

Felicity Ruby delves into the uses and consequences of America's intelligence and surveillance facilities in Australia.

Brendan Taylor explores how the United States can strengthen its position in a contested Asia.

Kelly Magsamen reports from America on how it can preserve and enhance its role as a great power.

John Blaxland proposes a compact with our Pacific island neighbours.

Helen Clark reflects on the role of foreign policy advisers.

Jacinta Carroll probes the making of Australia's security state.

PLUS Correspondence on AFA7- China Dependence from Luke Gosling, Jane Orton, Alison Broinowski and more.
By:   Jonathan Pearlman
Imprint:   Black Inc
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 233mm,  Width: 169mm,  Spine: 12mm
Weight:   218g
ISBN:   9781760641771
ISBN 10:   1760641774
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   17 February 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jonathan Pearlman is the editor of Australian Foreign Affairs and the world editor of The Saturday Paper. He is a correspondent for The Straits Times newspaper (Singapore) and was Australia-Pacific correspondent for The Telegraph (UK). He previously worked at The Sydney Morning Herald, covering foreign affairs and politics from Canberra and Sydney.

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