International Politics: An Australian Perspective
INT 100 (Offering: 2003)


This course examines international politics since the Second World War from an Australian perspective, providing an understanding of the development of Australian foreign policy in the context of international politics. The course also examines the evolution of policies such as 'forward defence', then notions of 'continental defence' and 'self reliance', and considers the consequences these have had for the nature of Australia's engagement with the rest of the world, and particularly the Asian-Pacific region.

Major(s)/Minors(s): Politics and International Relations, International Business

Usual Semester of offer: Semester 2

Other Information

Area(s) of Study: Politics and International Studies

Number of Units: 12

Antirequisite: (HSS145)  




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