The ANZUS treaty was the turning point in the Austral-Japanese relationship.It assured Australia protection against Japan and provided security in the Asia-Pacific region.Australia borrows money from other countries to cover any deficit in the Current Account. There are also different avenues of incentive to borrow from other countries than to wait for the funds to be generated by taxes and saving. The borrowing of money from other countries can lead to better trade conditions due to enhanced trade relati...
However, from Australia’s point of view at the time, ANZUS also offered protection against a potential threat from Japan.
Australia was concerned that Japan would try to conquer the Pacific region again after suffering defeat in the Second World War. M (2001: 28) sates that shortly after the end of World War Two, Australia wanted the Japanese government turned into a democracy.
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Since the signing of the 1951 peace treaty between Australia and Japan, the two countries have rapidly built a productive relationship.
Many factors and events have contributed to the development of this partnership.
ANZUS joined the nations of Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America in a defence security pact for the Pacific region.
It chiefly resulted from the fear of communism by Western nations.
Australia's Relations with Japan and other Pro-Whaling Nations. The question whether or not to whale is an issue with many factors.
Commercial whaling is the focus of a debate between pro-whaling nations such as Japan and Norway and anti-whaling nations like Australia, United States and the UK.