John Howard: Reflections on the Australia-United States Alliance
Former Prime Minister John Howard reflected on his decade of experience in leading Australia's most important international relationship to a packed crowd at Sydney's Customs House. In conversation with Australia's preeminent print journalist Paul Kelly, Howard discussed topics from APEC and Kyoto to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and how the Howard government's close relationship with the United States had a significant impact on both countries and the world. The former Prime Minister's thoughts on the Australia-US alliance provided a unique window into the highest levels of the multi-faceted relationship between the two countries.
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