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Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Australia as part of the problem

By David Wright-Neville (04/02/2005) Other publications

During the time that has elapsed since 11 September 2001, Australian Prime Minister John Howard has drawn significant political mileage from the well-worn cliché that the ‘world changed’ on that tragic day.

This is, of course, nonsense. The world is always changing, the events in New York and Washington on that awful day simply made clear to people like Howard the dangerous directions in which this change had been occurring.

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