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In the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks on American soil the world has entered a is new phase a new fear and a new enemy George W Bush making it clear that one is either a friend or a foe and there is no in betweens The war on Iraq whether founded or unfounded has divided and bound our country with others our Prime Ministers sentiments clearly lying with the Americans and American interests John Howards strong reliance on the US was apparent with his military support for the invasion of Iraq to dispose of Saddam Husseins regime With Howards words of Australia being a good friend of our great and powerful allies and that our support of America would strengthen our national security and place in the world Whether the war on Iraq has strengthened or weakened our national security is a hot debate within the nation and several issues and questions need to be addressed it is not just a black and white issue of support the war or not it is a complex layering of Australias history and foreign policy Its what the war represents which is the heavy support of the US and the distancing of our nation away from our region and the economic political and cultural issues that pose the most threat to our national security In this present state of time the war on Iraq has neither strengthened or weakened our national security significantly the war has had effects both positive and negative on the nation yet it is the long term issues that the war on Iraq has raised that could weaken Australias national security Australia and the region Australia from the dawn of its existence has been in a most awkward and precarious situation It is in the unique circumstance of being a western country in the east its apart of Asia yet identifies itself with a European descent This often contradictory nature
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