Australian foreign affairs record

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N 327.94 CUR
Created/Published
[Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service], 1973-1988
Issue
Vol. 55 No. 8 (August 1984)
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AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS RECORD 1
AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS RECORD 3
CONTENTS 3 , 4 , 5
No title 6
The process in making Australian foreign policy 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
Visit by the Minister for Foreign Affairs to Thailand: Australian perspective of the South East Asian region 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17
Conference on Disarmament: Australian statement 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
Australia and Malaysia 23 , 24 , 25
Visit by the Prime Minister of Malaysia 26 , 27 , 28 , 29
Australia and Malaysia: development co-operation 29 , 30 , 31
South Pacific Forum 31 , 32
South Pacific Forum communique 32 , 33 , 34 , 35 , 36
Papua New Guinea: recent economic developments 36 , 37 , 38
Port Moresby CHOGRM: communique 38 , 39
Iron Ore Industry Consultative Council 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44
Aid to Bangladesh: irrigation project* 44
Australian agricultural research to help Asian nations* 45
Medical research: fight against nutritional disease* 45 , 46
Australian studies program at University of Indonesia* 46
Thai-Australian archaeological project 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52
Singapore: inaugural Australian Art Award 53
Astronomy: galactic collision observed* 54
Ocean research from outer space* 54 , 55
Parliament Budget Statements 1984-85 56 , 57 , 58 , 59 , 60 , 61 , 62 , 63
Conference on Disarmament in Europe 63 , 64
Intermediate-range Nuclear Force negotiations: Soviet action* 64 , 65
Deployment of Pershing II missiles in Europe 65
Defence related facilities: foreign involvement 66 , 67 , 68
Australia's opposition to nuclear war 68 , 69
Australia-U.S. joint defence facilities 69 , 70
Australia-U.S. joint defence facilities 70
Uranium: nuclear safeguards* 70
Deterrent value of nuclear weapons 70 , 71
Nuclear and chemical weapons conventions 71 , 72
Peace studies: Government support 72 , 73
International Committee of the Red Cross: access to East Timor and Indonesia 73 , 74
British atomic tests in Australia 74 , 75
Defence purchases: Offsets Program 75 , 76
Royal Commission on the Use and Effects of Chemical Agents on Australian Personnel in Vietnam: Evatt Royal Commission 76
Surveillance of the Ashmore Reef Marine Park 76 , 77
Poland: political prisoners 77 , 78
Bulgaria: family reunion program 78 , 79
Nicaragua: anti-government activities 79
Uruguay: human rights 79
Australia-New Zealand: Closer Economic Relations 79 , 80
Australia-New Zealand: Closer Economic Relations 80 , 81
New Zealand lamb exports to Australia 81 , 82
Beef exports to Singapore 82
Trade with the Middle East 82 , 83
EEC beef exports 83
Australia-southern Africa: level of investment 83 , 84
Civil unrest in Sri Lanka 84
Diplomatic immunity 84 , 85
Aboriginal land rights 85 , 86
Kangaroos 86 , 87
Australian aid program: adherance to procurement policy 87 , 88
Management of Australian bilateral aid program 88
Australian aid program 88
Royal Brunei airlines: Darwin service 88 , 89
Elections in Nicaragua 89
Civil unrest in Sri Lanka 89 , 90
Kakadu National Park: proposed extensions 90
Kangaroos 90 , 91
Nuclear freeze proposal 91 , 92
Communist governments' offices in Australia 93
Proposed construction of nuclear power plant in the Philippines 93 , 94
Nuclear disarmament 94 , 95
UNESCO: reports by Mr Owen Harries 95
Defence research projects 95 , 96 , 97
East Timor: proposed conference 97
Cocos (Keeling) Islands: effect on Budget 98
Malaysian Government: allegations of anti-semitism 98
Nuclear fuel management 98 , 99
Statements Australia-Taiwan fisheries agreement renewed 100
Women in the Defence Force 100 , 101
Torres Strait Treaty: management of major fisheries 101
Telecom purchases AUSSAT shares 101
Indian Ocean Festival: Australian Government contribution 102
RAN goodwill visit to Asian countries 102 , 103
Chemical weapons: export controls 103
Australian contribution to the anti-piracy program in the Gulf of Thailand 103 , 104
Hiroshima Day 104
International Conference on Population: Australian views 105 , 106
Gift of Canberra bomber to war museum 107
Australian Greek Presidential awards 107
Royal Commission on the Use and Effects of Chemical Agents on Australian Personnel in Vietnam: Evatt Royal Commission 107 , 108
UN forces on Cyprus: reduction of Australian contingent 108
Educational assistance for migrant children 108 , 109
Aid to victims of Iran and Iraq conflict 109
Visit by the Chinese Vice-Minister for Metallurgical Industry 109
Comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty 109 , 110
Australia and Antarctic resources: urgent action required 110
South Pacific Forum: RAN assistance 110
Agreement on the iron and steel industry between Australia and China concluded 111 , 112
Iron and steel agreement with China: feasibility study in Western Australia 112 , 113
Grants for ethnic schools 113
UN forces on Cyprus: Australian contingent 113
Government policy on the Australian aerospace industry 113 , 114 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 118 , 119
Jindalee radar: potential for northern surveillance 119 , 120
Aid for Argentinian political returnees 120
Development of RAAF base at Tindal 120 , 121
Resignation of the Secretary to the Treasury 121
Southern Bluefin tuna management program 121 , 122
Visit by the Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs to the United States and Latin America 122 , 123
Australian direct investment abroad 123 , 124 , 125 , 126
Bibliography and statistical profile of migrant women 126
America's Cup defence: Government assistance 126 , 127
Aboriginal health programs 127 , 128
Visit by the Somali Foreign Minister 128
Visit by the Chief of Naval Staff to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka 128
Appointments of Auditor-General and Commissioner of the Public Service Board 128 , 129
Visit by the Minister for Foreign Affairs to Portugal, Mexico, Central America and UN General Assembly 129
Establishment of Embassy in Hungary 129
Disarmament: Australian ratifies the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or any other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques 130
Inaugural meeting of the National Population Council 130 , 131
Visit by Finnish Minister for Foreign Trade 131
BHP-Shun Chang cement plant contract 131 , 132
National Pacific Co-operation Committee 132 , 133
Australia's science and technology policies examined by OECD 133
Afghan attacks on Pakistani territory condemned 133
Books 134
Australian representation overseas 134
Foreign representation in Australia 134 , 136

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