Australian Journal of Politics and History

(The TQCC of Australian Journal of Politics and History is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Constructing an “Iron” Unity: The Statue of Unity and India’s Nationalist Historiography4
Ontological (In)Security and Neoliberal Governmentality: Explaining Australia's China Emergency4
Queensland's Role in the 2019 Australian Federal Election: A case study of regional difference4
Making History: the Australian history curriculum and national identity3
Of droughts and fleeting rains: Drought, agriculture and media discourse in Australia3
ASIO and the Monitoring of Irish Republicans in Australia during the “Troubles”3
The Italian “Fifth Column” in Australia: Fascist Propaganda, Italian‐Australians and Internment3
Climate Policy Networks in Australia: Dynamics of Failure and Possibility2
The Sinews of War: McCarthyism Crosses the Atlantic2
Queensland July to December 20192
The Coup Capital of the Democratic World? Voters and Prime Ministerial Change in Australia2
Fear and Greed: Australian Public Opinion Towards China's Rise*2
“What Shall We Do With It Now?”: The Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana and the Difficult Heritage of Fascism2
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20192
Queensland January to June 20202
The “Eloquence” of Robert J. Hawke: United States informer, 1973–792
The Challenge of Triangulation: The Impact of China on the Australia‐US Alliance2
Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot? The Uses of History in Scottish Nationalist Politics, 2007‐Present2
Unburied Bodies — Hungarian National Identity 1989‐20202
The Post‐War Australian Objective in Papua‐New Guinea: Liberal Ambition or Colonial Control?2
The Demise of “Pragmatism”? Assessing the Public Debate on Australia's Engagement with China2
Political Tribalism in Kuwait: The Shift of Badū from the Regime's Political Ally to Political Opposition1
“Send Them a Shipload of Rice”: Australia's Food Aid to Indonesia, 1960s–1970s1
Australia‐China relations: analysing and responding to the challenge†1
Local and Contextual: John Stuart Mill's The Subjection of Women1
The Portuguese Empire: Australia’s Forward Defence from 1961–19721
Power, Violence and the Politics of Hope: Global 1989 from Czechoslovakia to Hong Kong1
A New Perspective on Motivations Behind Chinese Overseas Investment: A Case Study on the Darwin Port Deal1
“The Old Colonial Power Can Stand Proxy”: The Royal Commission into British Nuclear Tests in Australia and the Politics of the 1980s1
Migrant Attitudes Towards Democracy in Australia: Excluded or Allegiant Citizens?1
Victoria January to June 20201
Settler Colonial Strategic Culture: Australia, AUKUS, and the Anglosphere1
A Her‐Storical Biography and Finding Family History Through the Archives1
Violence, the Subject, and the Beyond: Achille Mbembe and Violence in International Relations Theory1
The Road to Uluru: Constitutional Recognition and the UNDeclaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples1
Hostages to History: The Use of Portuguese Prisoners of War in the Annexation of East Timor1
Australia's Pacific Mindset: Historical Foundations1
Queensland Exceptionalism and the Construction of “Southern Folk Devils” in Twentieth Century Public Rhetoric1
Queensland July to December 20201
South Australia January to June 20201
The Debate Over the Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians: National Unity and Memories of the 1967 Referendum1
All Containment and No Engagement: Australia's Contemporary Policy towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea1
Democratising Collective Memory Through Forensic Exhumations in Spain1
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20201
European History in the Shadows of Crisis1
Exemptions from Compulsory Income Management: A Short “History of the Present”1
“For the Historic Record”: Memoirs, History, and Australian Political Culture1
The Australian History Industry. Edited by PaulAshton and PaulaHamilton. North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2021. pp.viii + 361. $49.95. ISBN: 9781922669605.0
Australian Capital Territory July to December 20230
Queensland January to June 20220
New South Wales January to June 20210
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‘A Bloody Difficult Subject’: Ruth Ross, te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Making of History. By BainAttwood (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2023), pp. xiv + 288. 59.99 NZD (hb)0
Women and Whitlam: Revisiting the Revolution. Edited by MichelleArrow. Sydney: NewSouth Publishing, 2023. Pp. ix + 318. $34.99 (Pb) $14.99 (ePub and PDF)0
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IanGermani, Dying for France: Experiencing the Soldier's Death, 1500–2000 (Montréal: McGill‐Queen's University Press, 2023)0
Commonwealth of Australia July to December 20210
Save our Sons: Women, Dissent and Conscription during the Vietnam War. By Carolyn Collins (Melbourne: Monash University Publishing, 2021), pp. xxix + 337, 16 b&w photographs. AU$34.95 (0
Victoria January to June 20230
A Symbol of Imperial Unity? The Australian Colonies and the 1897 Imperial Conference0
Northern Territory January to June 20230
Empire and Indigeneity: Histories and Legacies. By Richard  Price (London: Routledge, 2021), pp. xii + 358. AU$73.99 (pb).0
State Sovereignty and Private Military and Security Companies in Australia0
Double Disillusion: Legal and Political Aspects of the 1974 Double Dissolution0
South Australia July to December 20210
Rights, Duties and Aboriginal People0
Policy Advice and Decolonisation in Papua New Guinea0
Australia, Britain, and Alternatives to European Integration, 1960–730
Commonwealth Responsibility and Cold War Solidarity: Australia in Asia, 1944–1974. By DanHalvorson (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 2019), pp. x + 191. AU$45.00.0
“Symbolism, Separatism, and Perpetual Guilt”: Politicians Debating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, 1987–19900
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Stolen Motherhood: Aboriginal Mothers and Child Removal in the Stolen Generations Era. By Anne Maree Payne (London: Lexington Books, 2021), pp. ix + 197. £73 (hb).0
Western Australia January to June 20210
Beyond Brexit: Towards a British Constitution. By VernonBogdanor (London: I.B. Tauris, 2019), pp. xii + 285. AU$40.00 (hb).0
The Independent Effect: Parliamentary Contributions from the Crossbenches in Australia. By AndréaCullen (Canberra: Parliament Publishing, 2020), pp. 222. AU$30.00 (pb)0
Becoming John Curtin and James Scullin: The Making of the Modern Labor Party. By LiamByrne (Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press, 2020), pp. 187. AU$34.99.0
The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity. By DavidGraeber and DavidWengrow (London: Allen Lane, 2021), pp. xii + 692. 9 b&w images. AU$65.00 (hb).0
Book Review:The Transnational Voices of Australia's Migrant and Minority Press. By CatherineDewhirst & RichardScully (eds.) (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature, 2020) andVoices of Cha0
The Ex‐Services Human Rights Association of Australia, the Vietnam War, and the Remaking of the Anzac Tradition0
“Never Look Back, Always Look Forward”: The Early Life of Nancy Power0
India's Response to China's Geoeconomic Rise: Hedging With a Multipronged Engagement0
Can Law Manufacture a Party System? The Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands Experience with Party‐Strengthening Legislation0
White Russians, Red Peril: A Cold War History of Migration to Australia. By Sheila Fitzpatrick (Carlton, Vic.: La Trobe University Press in conjunction with Black Inc., 2021), pp. xiii + 368, 4 tables0
Ralph Bunche and the Colour of Sovereignty: Exploring the Eurocentrism of the United Nations' First <0
Tasmania July to December 20230
Another Form of Aboriginal Exemption — Employment as Protection Against Removal0
Documents on Australian Foreign Policy: Australia and the Suez Crisis 1950–1957. Edited by Robert Bowker and Matthew Jordan (Canberra: UNSW Press: Australian Department of Foreign Affairs a0
Victoria January to June 20220
British Imperial Air Power: The Royal Air Forces and the Defense of Australia and New Zealand Between the World Wars. By Alex M. Spencer (West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 2020), pp. 30
Revisiting the HMAS Swan Scandal and Histories of Sexual Harassment in the Australian Defence Force0
Controlling Australian Immigration: Holocaust Survivors in the Post‐War Years0
Collective Security and a New World Order: Justifying Australia's Participation in the Persian Gulf Crisis, 1990‐910
Perviy Kanal's Trotsky and the “Atlanticisation” of Leon Trotsky's Legacy*0
Unlearning the Discipline: Decolonising International Relations Through Pedagogy and Praxis0
Tasmania July to December 20190
Tasmania July to December 20220
South Australia July to December 20200
History Wars. The Peter Ryan‐Manning Clark Controversy. By DougMunro (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 2021), ajph12903vi +193 pp., colour and b/w illustrations. e‐book and 0
Trivialization and Public Opinion: Slogans, Substance, and Styles of Thought in the Age of Complexity. By Oldrich Bubak and Henry Jacek (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. xvii +271. £59.99 (hb).0
New South Wales July to December 20200
New South Wales July to December 20220
Immigration, the “Chinese Question”, and Ontological Insecurity in Colonial Australia0
Northern Territory July to December 20200
Decolonising Australia's International Relations? A Critical Introduction0
Northern Territory January to June 20210
Militarised Peace and Bilateral Relations in the Indian Ocean: Australia's Relations with Sri Lanka, 1972–19890
Secret and Special: The Untold Story of Z Special Unit in the Second World War. By Will Davies(Sydney: Vintage Books Australia, 2021), pp. xi +378. AU$34.99 (pb).0
The Iraq War and Democratic Governance: Britain and Australia go to War. By Judith Betts and Mark Phythian (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), pp. xv + 236. €74,99 (hb).0
Rogue Forces: An Explosive Insiders' Account of Australian SAS War Crimes in Afghanistan. By MarkWillacy. Simon & Schuster, 2021. AU$35.00 (pb).0
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South Australia January to June 20220
South Australia January to June 20210
Canberra, We Have a Problem: Interpreting Shifting American Grand Strategy Preferences in an Era of Sino–US Rivalry0
South Australia July to December 20230
“A Man's Lot”: Marriage, Military Service, and the First World War0
Gaslighting Australia: The Instrumental Power of Australia's Mining and Energy Industries0
Virtue Capitalists: The Rise and Fall of the Professional Class in the Anglophone World, 1870–2008. By HannahForsyth (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023), pp. xii + 294. $A146.32 (0
War and Democracy: Labor and the Politics of Peace. By Elizabeth Kier (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2021), pp. x + 243, 2 maps, 1 table, b&w. €36 (hb).0
Falling Foul of Section 44(i): Australian's Dual Citizenship Saga and the Problems of Institutional Inertia and “Drift”0
Democratic Adventurer: Graham Berry and the Making of Australian Politics. By Sean Scalmer (Melbourne: Monash University Publishing, 2020), pp. xiv + 349. AU$39.95 (hb).0
New South Wales January to June 20200
Exemption: A Gendered History0
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20210
Road to Ruin: The Howard Government, the Concept of Aboriginal Welfare Dependency and the Fall of the Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) Scheme0
South Australia January to June 20230
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20230
Australia and Japan's Return to International Society: Negotiating Allies and the Afro‐Asian Bloc, 1952–560
Tasmania January to June 20230
Critical Archival Encounters and the Evolving Historiography of the Dismissal of the Whitlam Government0
“Government by Inspection”: Australian Rule in the “Forgotten West” of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea, 1960–730
Aboriginal Self‐determination, Land Rights, and Recognition in the Whitlam Era: Laying Groundwork for Power Sharing and Representation0
Tasmania July to December 20210
New South Wales July to December 20190
1968 and the Fight for Democracy in Australia: Don Dunstan, Student Activism, and the End of the South Australian “Playmander”0
Strategic Reassessments: Aid and Bureaucracy in Australia‐India Relations 1951–1970*0
Northern Territory July to December 20220
“Realignment”, “Dealignment”, or “Deviation”? Classifying the 2022 Australian Federal Election0
Claiming the City: A Global History of Workers' Fight for Municipal Socialism. By SheltonStromquist (London & New York: Verso Press, 2023), pp. xii + 867. $US80(hb)0
Remembering Social Movements: Activism and Memory. Edited by Stefan Berger, Sean Scalmer, and Christian Wicke (London and New York: Routledge, 2021), pp. xii + 321. £34.99 (pb).0
Performing Aboriginal Rights in 1951: From Australia's Top End to Southeast0
Correction to “Yubbi Yarning Circle Model: Collective Narratives and Cultural Expression in the Journey of Trauma”0
Mallee Country: Land, People, History. By RichardBroome, CharlesFahey, AndreaGaynor and KatieHolmes (Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2020), pp. 432. AU$39.95 (pb).0
Review of Telling Tennant's Story. The Strange Career of the Great Australian Silence by DeanAshenden.0
Representative Assemblies in Early Modern European State‐Building: Evidence from Four Experiences0
Histories of Fascism and Anti‐Fascism in Australia. Edited by EvanSmith, JaynePersian and Vashti JaneFox (London and New York: Routledge, 2023), pp. xiii + 266. Pb A$59.99, e‐book A$48.59.0
The Gypsy Economist: The Life and Times of Colin Clark. By AlexMillmow (Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), pp. xx + 396, 9 b&w photographs, €93,59 (hb).0
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy January to June 20220
Levelling Wind: Remembering Fiji. By Brij V.Lal (Acton, ACT: Australian National UniversityPress, 2019), pp. xxx + 563. AU$65.00 (pb).0
Australian Capital Territory0
Sport, Identity, and Self‐Determination: Aboriginal Rugby League in Brisbane after the Second World War0
War‐Power Reform in Australia: (Re)considering the Options0
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Tasmania January to June 20220
The Australian Constitutional Framers and the Languages of Virtue0
The Republican Theories of Rousseau and the American Anti‐Federalists0
Many Voices, One Ambition: Local Government, Post‐War Reconstruction and Northern Development in Australia0
Telling the Truth About Empire? A Word on Methodology0
Commonwealth of Australia January to June 20230
Honiara: Village‐City of Solomon Islands. By CliveMoore (Canberra, Australia: ANU Press, 2022), pp. xxx‐548. AU$99 (pb) and free download.0
Tasmania July to December 20200
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Australia's National Security Neoconservatives0
Krupp in the Occupied Eastern Territories: Frustration, Failures, and the Question of Freedom0
Decolonising Politics and International Relations Classrooms: Reflections from the “Field”0
Australian Capital Territory January to June 20200
Men and Women of Australia: Administering Whitlam's Re‐Imagined Subject0
Aftermaths: Colonialism, Violence and Memory in Australia, New Zealand and The Pacific. Edited by AngelaWanhalla, LyndallRyan and CamilleNurka (Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2023).0
The Fraser Government and South Korea: Human Rights in Foreign Policy, 1975–810
New South Wales July to December 20210
“Actual Political Affiliations Are of Secondary Importance”: Communism and Women's Entangled Loyalties in the Australian Anti‐Nuclear Movement, 1945–650
A Blood Border, Trieste Between Mussolini and Tito. By Luisa Morettin (New York: Nova, 2019), pp. xxxiv +298. £121.00 (hb).0
“No Colonial Baggage”: Imagining a Decolonised Australia‐Africa Relations0
Is Spain Different? The Tamed Memory of the Spanish Civil War and the Limits of Spain's National Self‐Image (2008–10)0
New South Wales January to June 20220
The Trials of Portnoy: How Penguin Brought Down Australia's Censorship System. By Patrick Mullins (Melbourne and London: Scribe, 2020), pp. 336. AU$35.00 (pb).0
Conzinc Riotinto of Australia — Foreign Ownership and Control0
From Georges Sorel to Peter Costello: Peter Coleman and the Making of Australian Liberal Conservatism0
Review Essay: Recent Histories of Water in Australia0
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy January to June 20210
Civil‐Military Bargaining in Early NATO Institution Building: The Long Shadow of Institutional Beginnings0
Australian Capital Territory July to December 20190
Broken Spear: The Untold Story of Black Tom Birch, The Man who Sparked Australia's Bloodiest War. By RobertCox (Mile End SA: Wakefield Press, 2021), pp. xxi + 299. AU$39.95 (pb).0
Yubbi Yarning Circle Model: Collective Narratives and Cultural Expression in the Journey of Trauma0
History, Social Science, and Public Policy: Reflections on Hugh Stretton's Thought0
“I Let Him Have It”: Sex, Anti‐Americanism, and Criminal Justice in Wartime Brisbane, 1942–440
Whitlam's Economic (Inter)Nationalism0
Australia's Refugee Resettlement Agreement with the United States: The Diplomacy and Uncertainty of a “Very Big Deal”0
Queensland January to June 20230
Vladimir Petrov: A Reappraisal0
Western AustraliaJuly to December 20210
The Blackburns: Private Lives, Public Ambitions. By CarolynRasmussen (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2019), pp. xiii + 400. AU$44.99 (hb).0
East Timor, Rene Girard and Neocolonial Violence: Scapegoating as Australian Policy. By SusanConnelly. London: Bloomsbury, 2022.0
Australian Capital Territory July to December 20210
Victoria July to December 20190
Western Australia July to December 20200
Editorial Note0
Australia, Menzies and Suez: Australian Policymaking on the Middle East Before, During and After the Suez Crisis. ByRobertBowker, (Canberra: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 2019), pp x0
Queensland July to December 20230
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“Sworn to No Master”: the Intellectual Traditions of Liberty of Conscience in Colonial NSW to 18560
Palestinian Political Prisoners: Hunger Strikes and the Battle for Dignity0
The War Game: Australia's War Leadership from Gallipoli to Iraq. By DavidHorner (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2022), pp. x + 464. ISBN 978 1 76106 595 8. AU$38.37 (pb).0
The Hitler Conspiracies. The Third Reich and the Paranoid Imagination. By Richard J.Evans (London: Allen Lane, 2020), pp. 276. AU$39.99 (hb).0
The New Despotism. By JohnKeane (Cambridge, Massachusetts and London: Harvard University Press, 2020), pp. 320. US$27.95 (hb).0
Conserving the Councillor: A Case for Widespread Local Officeholding0
“Consider Carefully the Best Use of Our Limited Resources”: Australian Space Policy, 1960–720
Living Under Aboriginal Exemption: Negotiating State Governments' Policies and Practices0
Private Ryan and the Lost Peace: A Defiant Soldier and the Struggle Against the Great War. By Douglas Newton (Haberfield, NSW: Longueville Media, 2021), pp. 404. AU$44.95 (hb).0
Exposure to Campaign and Partisan Voting: The Moderating Roles of Voters' Political Predispositions0
“Perfidy Afoot!” Connor, the IEA and the Loans Affair0
Slavic Reciprocity and Greek‐Cypriot Enosis as the Nineteenth‐Century Forms of the Law of Progress0
Disability Policy and the Whitlam Government0
Tasmania January to June 20200
Singapore's Threat Perception: The Barter Trade Crisis and Malaysia's Decision to Use Military Force against Singapore, October–December 19650
Dreams and Schemers: A Political History of Australia. By FrankBongiorno. Collingwood, La Trobe University Press, 2022, 480 pp, $39.99 (Paperback), ISBN: 9781760640095.0
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Commonwealth of Australia July to December 20220
Western Australia January to June 20200
Married to a ‘British Subject’0
From Servants of the Empire to Everyday Heroes: The British Honours System in the Twentieth Century. By Tobias Harper (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), pp. xii+298, 18 b&w images. £63.00 (h0
Robert Philp and the Politics of Development. By LyndonMegarrity. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing Ltd, 2022. pp. xv + 335, AU $49.95 (pb).0
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20220
The Kerguelen Archipelago and Australian Security Anxieties0
Migration of Jewish “Displaced Persons” from Europe to Australia after the Second World War: Revisiting the Question of Discrimination and Numbers10
Commonwealth of Australia July to December 20200
Queensland January to June 20210
Karl Lueger and the Reichspost: Construction of a Cult of Personality0
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Dear Prime Minister: Letters to Robert Menzies 1949–1966. By Martyn Lyons (Sydney: UNSW Press, 2021), pp. vi + 266. AU$39.99 (pb).0
Victoria July to December 20230
O'Leary of the Underworld: The Untold Story of the Forrest River Massacre. By KateAuty. La Trobe University Press, 2023. AU$34.99(pb).0
South Australia July to December 20220
Queensland July to December 20210
Australian Capital Territory January to June 20210
Tasmania January to June 20210