Griffith Review 69:
The European Exchange

How do the deep and complex relationships between Australia and Europe realise themselves?

Griffith Review 69: The European Exchange looks at the multifaceted relationship between two distant continents.



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In the tenth instalment of our occasional COVID-19 chronicle, Jacinta Mulders considers the circular nature of life during the pandemic.

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