Australian Federal Police as unconventional diplomats: the RAMSI case

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Abstract

The case of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and it’s International Deployment Group is a sound example of the symbiotic relationship between ‘old’ and ‘new’ diplomacy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe globalization of world politics
Subtitle of host publicationCase studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific
EditorsAnne Cullen, Stuart Murray
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Victoria
PublisherOxford University Press Australia and New Zealand
ChapterCase 15
Pages53-56
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)9780195562910
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Murray, S. (2007). Australian Federal Police as unconventional diplomats: the RAMSI case. In A. Cullen, & S. Murray (Eds.), The globalization of world politics: Case studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific (pp. 53-56). Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand.
Murray, Stuart. / Australian Federal Police as unconventional diplomats: the RAMSI case. The globalization of world politics: Case studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific. editor / Anne Cullen ; Stuart Murray. Melbourne, Victoria : Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand, 2007. pp. 53-56
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