EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
Hay, David O.
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The Commonwealth tie that binds Australia and Canada in a special brotherhood: a reinforcement of the historical links which bring the two countries together. A sharing of common enterprises in times of war and peace. The term "New Frontiers" as a reflection of the sense of change, adventure, and challenge currently in Australia. Examples of this period of discovery in terms of new resources, including uranium, iron ore, and oil. Effects of such new discoveries on Australia's economy. Population movement within Australia. Development of power and its distribution throughout the country. Australia's external development, especially with Asia. Sharing a physical land frontier with Indonesia. A sensitivity to developments of a political nature in Asia. The defensive needs of the area.