Basic Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation


Basic Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation

The Basic Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation is a agreement between Australia and Japan (Nippon) to enhance relations between the two countries mostly in trade but also social and cultural factors. It was an important stepping stone in post-World War II relations.

The treaty, signed in 1976, was originally known as the Nippon-Australia Relations Agreement (NARA) [McDougall, Derek J. "Studies in International Relations". Hodder Education Canberra 1997 ]

ee also

*Japanese-Australian relations

References

External links

* [http://untreaty.un.org/unts/1_60000/30/30/00059474.pdf Text of the treaty] (PDF) - United Nations Treaty Collection


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