Globalisation and politics in Australia
McMahon, P. (2001) Globalisation and politics in Australia. Australian Quarterly, 73 (5). pp. 16-17.
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The great national political Issues increasingly revolve around the global transformation of society, known generally as globalisation, and the specific impact of this process on Australia as a nation and society. Globalisation, with its political, economic, environmental and cultural aspects, is causing the realignment of political forces within Australia, and in particular has generated the rise of the Green/Democrat/One Nation based third force challenging the Long entrenched and rarely challenged two party system. This paper considers the implications of globalisation for national politics.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Politics and International Studies|
|Publisher:||Australian Institute of Policy and Science|
|Copyright:||Australian Institute of Policy and Science|
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