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Japan–Australia

Japanese Attacks On Australia

Japanese–Australian relations

Japanese Attacks On Australia

Japanese–Australian relations

Vector Competence of Australian Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) for Japanese Encephalitis Virus

Japan, Australia and the United States: little NATO or shadow alliance?

Asia's odd men out: Australia, Japan, and the politics of regionalism

Parcel Post Agreement between Australia and Japan, signed at Tokio/Melbourne, 24 April 1906

Legal implications and patentability of human stem cells: Australia and Japan compared

Entomological Investigations of an Outbreak of Japanese Encephalitis Virus in the Torres Strait, Australia, in 1998

Culex annulirostris (Diptera: Culicidae) Host Feeding Patterns and Japanese Encephalitis Virus Ecology in Northern Australia

The origin of trilateralism? The US–Japan–Australia security relations in the 1990s

Japan's alliance diversification: a comparative analysis of the Indian and Australian strategic partnerships

Shaming to ‘green’: Australia–Japan relations and whales and tuna compared

The Japan choice: reconsidering the risks and opportunities of the ‘Special Relationship’ for Australia

CRAWFORD, John (Grenfell) (1910 - 1984), Chancellor, Australian National University, 1976–84; Director, Australia-Japan Economic Research Project

Michael Ackland, Pam Oliver, editors. Unexpected Encounters: Neglected Histories behind the Australia-Japan Relationship. Victoria, Australia: Monash Asia Institute. 2007. Pp. xxvi, 210. $27.95

The WTO agreement on sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures as applied in the first three SPS disputes. EC - Hormones, Australia - salmon and Japan - varietals

 

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The contemporary Australia–Japan relationship is the deepest of Australia's relationships with an Asian nation. It is mature and multifaceted. The relationship has evolved through eras in which the dominant political ...

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