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Bega (Australia, Indonesia)


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Indonesian–Australian relations

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Australia, Indonesia, and West Papuan refugees, 1962–2009

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Waiting for Life to Begin: the Plight of Asylum Seekers Caught by Australia's Indonesian Solution

Review: The Gamelan Digul and the Prison Camp Musician who Built It: An Australian Link with the Indonesian Revolution

Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia concerning the Promotion and Protection of Investments, and Exchange of Letters 1770 UNTS 301

John Subritzky. Confronting Sukarno: British, American, Australian and New Zealand Diplomacy in the Malaysian-Indonesian Confrontation, 1961–5. New York: St. Martin's. 2000. Pp. xix, 246. $59.95

Hooykaas PJJ, Hall MA, Libbenga KR, eds. 1999. Biochemistry and molecular biology of plant hormones. 541 pp.+xxii. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 415 guilders+VAT. Tsekos I, Moustakas M, eds. 1998. Progress in botanical research. 632 pp. London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. £177. Ainsworth CC. 1999. Sex determination in plants. 244 pp. Oxford: Bios Scientific Publishers. £65.00 (hardback). Laisk A, Oja V. 1998. Dynamics of leaf photosynthesis: rapid-response measurements and their interpretations. 160 pp. Collingwood Australia: CISRO Publishing. £39.95 (softback). Zimdahl RL. 1999. Fundamentals of weed science. 2nd edn. 556 pp. San Diego: Academic Press. US $59.95 (hardback). Arie Altman, ed. 1998. Agricultural biotechnology. 770 pp. New York, Basel, Hong Kong: Marcel Dekker. $195. Liese W. 1998. The anatomy of bamboo culms. INBAR Technical Report No. 18. 204 pp. Beijing: International Network for Bamboo And Rattan. US$25+$3 air mail, except: Bangladesh, Ghana, Honduras, Kenya, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Tanzania, Vietnam $10 and Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Panama, Phillipines, Russia, South Africa and Thailand $14 (softback).


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Australia and Indonesia are often described as ‘unlikely neighbours’‐nations with little in common other than their geographic proximity. Although there have been many ups and downs in the Australia–Indonesia relationship ...

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