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How did Australia-Asia relations change as a result of World War 2?

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2009-01-24 11:00:12
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As a result of WW2 Asia became free to start trading on its own behalf and Australia had to change its strategy's from dealing with colonial powers to to dealing with Asian country's and cultures.

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