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"This book provides a thoughtful and fearless approach to some important and highly topical questions. What constitutes Australia's nationhood? What is her role in Asia and in the world? How can, and should, the burgeoning economies of Asia contribute to the development of Australia, not just as foreign investors and trading partners, but in terms of cultural and
Paperback, 174 pages
Published September 27th 2005 by Trafford Publishing (first published 2005)
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Prof. Bob Birrell, Director, Centre for Population and Urban Research, Monash University, Australia : "Ratnam's book is a wake-up call for a more independent national policy on immigration and multicultural policy. Coming from a well-informed former migrant, who has embraced this country as his own, his message has particular value ... impressed with the depth of his analysis."

Assoc. Prof. Greg Melleuish, Head, School of History and Politics, Wollongong University, Australia : This a book that e
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