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1: Australia
Australia INTRODUCTION Australia, island continent located southeast of Asia and forming, with the nearby island of Tasmania, the commenwealth of Australia, a self governing member of the Commenwealth of Nations. The commenwealth of Australia is made up of six states--News south Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Wester n Australia--and two territories-- ...
2: Australia
Plant Life Although only a dozen plant families are unique to Australia, there are 530 unique genera and many unique species within these genera. As the Australian fragment of prehistoric Gondwanaland drifted north, its ancient flora became the basis for the present plant systems. Increasing aridity modified this vegetation, giving much of it hardened, pointed leaves of reduced size--a condition called scleromorphy. Australia's native vegetation is divisible into seven types. The first type of vegetation consists of remnants of Gondwanan rain forests, with primitive flowering plants, palms, and laurels. These occur where high rainfall and high temperatures ... height can exceed 325 feet (100 meters). Building timbers are obtained in Victoria from alpine ash and mountain ash, in New South Wales and Queensland from blackbutt, spotted gum, bluegum, and ironbark, and in Western Australia from jarrah and karri, another type of eucalypt. A third type of plant community is dominated by wattles (the genus Acacia of the Mimosa family) and advances beyond the last eucalyptus trees into the ...
3: The Vietname War in "America's Australia: Australia's America" and "Into the Dark House"
The Vietname War in "America's Australia: Australia's America" and "Into the Dark House" From 1961-1975 the United States, Australia, Korea and New Zealand represented the Free West democracies, engaged in a conflict against a communist revolution in Vietnam. A conflict which according to JFK was of utmost importance, for Kennedy Vietnam represented the " ...
4: Australia
Australia Executive Summary There are many components to a successful organization, among them is a steady flow of innovative products that are consistently produced to high standards, available to customers when and where they are needed ... jurisdiction of the Massachusetts state court system. It's annual North American sales of sunscreen products are in excess of $20 billion. Sun Cosmetics created Oceana's development team for the express purpose of penetrating Australia's regional markets. Its members were selected based on their cultural appreciation and adaptability, their research expertise, and their discerning abilities with both primary and secondary data. Cheri Brown, Vice President of International Operations Robert ... and SPF30 being almost total sunblock). Oceana is a non-greasy water resistant sunscreen with aloe vera gel, vitamin E and is paba free. Incidence of skin cancer The high incidence of skin cancer in Australia is the reason for our choice of this product. Skin cancer has been on the rise due to environmental issues caused by humankind. Australia is known for its sunshine and carefree good life attitude; ...
5: Australia And Asia Relationshi
This essay analyses the Australian-China bilateral relationship since 1945 and in particular its political significance to Australia. Many global factors have influenced this relationship, including the advent of the Cold War, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the collapse of the Soviet bloc European nations. In addition, internal political changes in Australia and China have both affected and been affected by the global changes. It will be analysed that Australia's bilateral relationship with China has always had a sharp political edge but that approaching the new millenium economics and trade considerations are shaping Australias and for that matter Chinese politics. A central feature ...
6: "Out Of Empire: Edward Gough Whitlam"
"Out Of Empire: Edward Gough Whitlam" "More than any other part of the old Empire, Australia remains inhibited and limited by its nostalgia for past associations and pretensions which the British nation, and in particular, the British monarch have long since abandoned. Nothing has done more to retard Australia's relations with Britain or to distort the very real and substantial nature of that relationship than the obsessions of the Australian conservatives with the British connection and their manipulation of the monarchy and their exploitation of the perquisites and privileges associated with it." - Edward Gough Whitlam, 1985 Gough Whitlam was perhaps Australia's most controversial Prime Minister ever, and the Australian with arguably the most reason to resent our country's ties with Britain. For on Remembrance Day, 1975, the Governor General, Sir John Kerr, invoked ...
7: Australia
Australia History The first people to live in Australia were called Aborigines. They migrated there about 40,000 years ago. The continent remained relatively unknown by outsiders until the 17th century. The first Europeans to settle were British convicts in 1788. They arrived at Botany Bay in southeastern Australia. Australia grew as a group of British colonies during the 19th century, and in 1901 the colonies federated to form a unified independent nation. National Government The federal parliament consists of a bicameral legislature. ...
8: Australia In The Vietnam War
The only time Australia has come under direct attack from another country, was when Japan bombed Darwin and sunk a number of ships in Sydney, during World War 2. The question then has to be asked, why Australia has been involved in so many conflicts. A number of recent conflicts in this century come to mind, they include, The Boer War, World War One, World War Two and The Vietnam War. By far the conflict that drew the most outrage from Australian citizens was the Vietnam War. Australia has been drawn into these conflicts through a number of treaties and alliances made with other countries. Often it is not the conflicts that have drawn most outrage from Australian citizens, rather the insistence ...
9: Environmental Forces And International Business
... have no direct control over external forces, knowledge of these forces will better prepare them for greater success in the international business environment. Five of the uncontrollable forces to be identified and their impact on Australia and Italy discussed are economic forces, financial forces, physical and environmental forces, political forces and sociocultural forces. Economic forces are among the most significant uncontrollable forces for business. Firms have been assessing and forecasting the ... has a great impact. The level of imports is driven by the combination of the protection rate and the level of unemployment. When unemployment falls people seek more goods which are likely to be imported. Australia's real GDP is 4 per cent with an inflation rate of 2.2 per cent and unemployment rate of 7.5 per cent. Italy's GDP growth is 0.7 per cent, unemployment is 12.4 per cent and inflation is 4 per cent. Australia would be a better market at this time. Italy's employment rate and inflation rate being higher mean more people are not working, products are costing more and less people are purchasing goods and ...
10: Australians Against Further Immigration
Australians Against Further Immigration OUR VIEW Environment Humanitarianism Economics Health Defences Education Culture Australia's immigration policy is disastrous, proceeding as if there is no balance of payment problem, no foreign debt and no geographical or environmental constraints to population growth. Continued immigration will finally and irreversibly alter the ... reclaim their sovereignty and demand a say in the future of their nation. Australians Against Further Immigration want immigration drastically reduced to zero net. That is, out immigration numbers should merely replace those permanently leaving Australia each year - historically running between 20,000 and 30,000. At this policy of institutionalised, publicly funded multiculturalism should be scrapped. We are a non-racist organisation and attempts to convert the debate to one ... in freedom of speech. The philosopher Spinoza said, “In a free state every man can think what he wants and say what he thinks”. This should apply here to debates on immigration. We care about Australia and want to pass our heritage to our children and their children. We want to preserve our Australian identity. We stress that migrants already in Australia are welcome, what we are against is further ...

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