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1 October 1973

Australia and SEATO

Senator Willessee, Australia’s special Minister of State, has just attended the eighteenth Annual Council meeting of the Southeast Asian Treaty Organization (SEATO), established in 1955 and originally including eight member countries: the Philippines, Thailand, Pakistan, the US, UK, France, Australia and New Zealand. The military pact.

4 February 1990

Bougainville: Australia's Role

8 May 2014

The conduct of Australia’s foreign policy under the Rudd and Gillard governments was anything but inspiring. Under Tony Abbott, we have so far been treated to a succession of gaffes bordering on farce.

Appeared in The Conversation

25 November 2013

Every so often over the last 50 years, Australia’s relations with Indonesia have hit stormy waters. The present tensions over the spying scandal may not be the most serious, but they are serious enough.

The piece appeared in The Conversation

4 August 2013

We have yet to devise policies that acknowledge the richness of Asian cultures, their literatures, their values, their ancient and still living wisdom. Our much vaunted multiculturalism could gain much from a deeper religious and ethical understanding as well as the political and legal systems that are integral to a re-emerging Asia.

The piece appeared in The Conversation

1 December 2004

The article reviews the 2004 Australian federal election

Published in Eureka Street, Vol 14, No. 10, December 2004, pp. 11-12



15 November 1975

J, Camilleri, 'Uranium', Catholic Worker, November 1975, pp. 13-14.

18 May 1976

J. Camilleri, 'Nuclear Debate', The Age, 18 May 1976, p. 13.

16 September 1976

J. Camilleri, 'More Heat than Light in Uranium Debate', The Age, 16 September 1976, p. 16.