How Australia's international relationships have changed

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In this essay I will answer the question- how and why have our(Australia's) international relationships changed by our participation in overseas conflicts ? The answer to this is that we have had changed international relationships, more independence, it ended Australia's isolation, it gave greater social rights to women, it affirmed Australia's alliances with the world powers and most importantly it gave Australia an identity. Firstly, the international relationships of Australia have been greatly changed due …

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…though, during overseas conflicts Australia's identity changed. We stopped being a "child" colony of England and became our own separate country, complete with an international personality of being brave and true heroes. A country any other would be proud to have an alliance and international relationship with. Therefore, I think that overseas conflicts have helped ascertain Australia from being the "baby" of the modern world, to the technologically and socially advanced country it is today.