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Who drafts the foreign policy white paper?

17 September 2016

Australia’s first foreign policy white paper in 13 years is on its way, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said last month, adding meat to an election promise to deliver a “contemporary and comprehensive foreign policy strategy within 12 months of the election”.

At this point it’s unclear who will be leading the process, and thus how it should end up looking. The Sydney Morning Herald says it’ll be driven by Bishop and her new head of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Frances Adamson. But that could mean anything.

Read full article Who drafts the foreign policy white paper? published in the Mandarin.

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