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The global media calls out Australia’s repressive Covid order 

9 September 2021

12:13 PM

9 September 2021

12:13 PM

For students of democracy and foreign policy, Australia has been experiencing interesting times in the last two years. All countries devote enormous effort and considerable resources to ‘public diplomacy’. This takes two forms.  

The first is positive: the promotion of good news stories highlighting attributes, parts and aspects of life in a country to overseas audiences in order to create, consolidate and expand favourable impressions of and attitudes towards one’s country among foreigners.

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