Title

Introduction: Australia-Singapore Relations - Diplomatic, Strategic, Commercial and Cultural

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publisher

Select Publishing

Editor(s)

Ian Patrick Austin

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

School of Management

RAS ID

12218

Comments

This chapter was originally published as: Austin, I. P. (2011). Introduction: Australia-Singapore Relations - Diplomatic, Strategic, Commercial and Cultural. In Ian Patrick Austin (Eds.). Australia-Singapore Relations: Successful Bilateral Relations in a Historical and Contemporary Context (pp. 1-12). Location: Select Publishing.

Abstract

Australia-Singapore relations throughout the 1990s and 2000s have matured - be it politically, strategically, commercially, educationally, culturally, or socially. Security, diplomatic and commercial exchanges have both broadened and deepened. Equally important, the social, cultural and educational exchanges - from AUstralian theatre groups touring Singapore to extensive school exchange programs - continue to gain even greater strength. This book examines key aspects of the relationship. To the knowledge of the editor and authors, no equivalent study of the relationship exists. Equally, one of the key objectives of this project is to encourage others to look at the two nations' shared experiences, and to take on further endeavours that add to the collective knowledge of the relations.relations that continue to expand with new benefits and challenges with each passing year.

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