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by Lloyd, Peter
Nedlands, W.A. : Dept. of Economics, University of Western Australia, 2000
 
 
Aodaliya dong Ya zheng ce de yan bian : zai peng zhuang yu rong he zhong shi xian guo jia li yi / Liu Fande zhu
澳大利亚东亚政策的演变 : 在碰撞与融合中实现国家利益 / 刘樊德著
by Liu, Fande
刘樊德
Beijing Shi : Shi jie zhi shi chu ban she, 2004
北京市 : 世界知识出版社, 2004
 
 
Jiu shi nian dai de Aozhou yu dong bei Ya zhi ji su gai bian / Dong Ya yan jiu suo, Wai jiao yu mao yi bu
九十年代的澳洲與東北亞之急速改變 / 東亞研究所, 外交與貿易部
Uniform title: Australia and North-East Asia in the 1990s : accelerating change Chinese
by Australia. East Asia Analytical Unit
Canberra : Aozhou zheng fu chu ban fu wu bu, c1992
Canberra : 澳洲政府出版服務部, c1992
 
 
by Hill, Hal, 1948-
Canberra : National Centre for Development Studies, 1994
 
 
Canberra ; Darwin : North Australia Research Unit, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 1998
 
 
Canberra : Dept. of International Relations, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1991
 
 
[St. Lucia, Qld.] : Australian International Business Centre, Graduate School of Management, University of Queensland, [1989]
 
 
Sydney : Angus & Robertson in conjunction with the Australian Institute of International Affairs (New South Wales Branch), 1936
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