Head, Michael
September 2007
Overland;Spring2007, Issue 188, p68
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the effect of the war on terror on the Australian military and society. Occasions in the 21st century when Australian soldiers were deployed to police civilians include the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and political events. Australia's Defence Legislation Amendment (Aid to Civilian Authorities) Act of 2006 (Cwlth) enlarged the reach of the military. The Australian Defence Force (ADF) may occupy a larger domestic security role in spite of the country's constitution.


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