Australia’s steady march to an Asian destiny

Its changing racial mix will weigh on future national strategy and external policy. 

More and more Australians are uncomfortable with celebrating Jan 26 as National Day as it marks the advent of British colonialism in 1788. PHOTO: AFP
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Queen Elizabeth II is dead. Long live Victoria.

Queensland, Tasmania, Northern Territory, Western Australia and New South Wales too, for that matter.

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