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The Australian School of International Relations challenges the widely-held misconception that there was little significance in Australian international relations thinking prior to 1960. Cotton considers and expounds the ideas of the eight international thinkers who were principal members of the early Australian 'school' of international relations that occurred from 1920-1960. Each of the eight thinkers analyzed in this work helped initiate the formal academic study of international relations through their contributions to policy-making, participating in a complex network of personal and professional relationships. Comprehensive and accessible, The Australian School of International Relations is a valuable contribution to the fields of international relations and intellectual history.