Frazer policy: Fraser era represents a defining moment in Australia’s approach to these issues as it was in this period that Australia became unequivocally committed to the goal of non-proliferation.

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Frazer policy: Fraser era represents a defining moment in Australia’s approach to these issues as it was in this period that Australia became unequivocally committed to the goal of non-proliferation. This commitment was most especially demonstrated in the public justifications that the Fraser government presented for its 25 August 1977 decision to approve the further mining and export of Australian uranium. In contrast to some well-established positions in the literature, this article suggests that this decision was framed not only by domestic political considerations stemming from the Ranger Environmental Inquiry but also by important international factors

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