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    BAKU - Australia is one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Its GDP per capita stands at 65.400 USD and ranks 14th worldwide. At the same time, it’s also one the most isolated countries in the world. And, it is this distance that gives the impression that Australia is security-wise invulnerable and irrelevant to the global geopolitical arena. Yet, for most of its history, Australia has participated in numerous military confrontations. Its soldiers have fought in Europe, Africa, and Asia. With the exception of World War II, none of these conflicts posed a genuine threat to the security of Australia.

    This begs the question, why has a wealthy and secure nation as Australia fought in so many wars? What has driven its leaders to send their bravest and brightest to far away frontlines? What has shaped the mindset of the Australian geopolitics? In this report, we explore this questions as well as the history of Australia. We can start by stating that the traditional perception of Australia as a secure and isolated country, is plain out wrong.

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