Australia has often been called ‘the Lucky Country’. Has Australia been lucky or good?

Australia has often been called ‘the Lucky Country’. Has Australia been lucky or good?

–    General requirement (Essential)
: This assessment is from Globalization the Asia-Pacific and Australia
: Essay should contain more than 1800 words and fewer than 2200 words
: Essays should be double-spaced and have wide (at least 3 cm) margins
: The essay must contain at least three critical secondary sources (List will be provided)
: Essays should conform to standard academic conventions. In other words, you need to reference appropriately and provide a bibliography.
: Internet sources need to be properly references
: Resources need to be opened resources
: Resources are mainly form AUS
: The Matching rate from Safeassign should not be exceed 5%
–    Contents of Essay (Essential)
: The argument position must be taken for topic if AUS lucky or not
: The reasons for argument should be appeared For example if you choose AUS has been lucky, the reasons that AUS has been lucky must be included
: Main body should support main argument
: The opposite argument is required to strengthen main argument
: Introduction should be clear including argument and overall reasons
: Conclusion should be clear including whole summary of main arguments and reasons
: Proper references are required, which is relating to topic and argument
–    List of resources (You must need at least 3 references from this list)
–    ABC Television (2001) “Episode 1 Child of the Empire”, 100 Years: The Australian Story <>. (versions available on YouTube)
–    ABC Television (2001) “Episode 3 The Land of the Fair Go”, 100 Years: The Australian Story <>.

–    ABC Television (2001) “Episode 5 Farewell Great and Powerful Friends”, 100 Years: The Australian Story <>.

–    Bowen, C. (2013) “Labor: Managing the Economic Transition”, Address to the National Press Club of Australia, Canberra, 18 July <>.

–    Bryan, D. and M. Rafferty (1999) The Global Economy in Australia: Global Integration and National Economic Policy, Sydney, Allen & Unwin.

–    Buzan, B. (1998) “The Asia-Pacific: What Sort of Region in What Sort of World?” in A. McGrew and C. Brook (eds) Asia-Pacific in the New World Order, London, Routledge.

–    Casey, R. (1931) Australia in the World, Melbourne, Robertson & Mullen. <>.

–    Conley (2014) “Australia in the World” in A. Fenna, J. Robbins and J. Summers (eds) Government and Politics in Australia, Sydney, Pearson.

–    Conley, T, (2010) “The Politics of Prosperity”, Griffith Review, 28.

–    Conley, T. (2001) “The Domestic Politics of Globalisation”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 36(2).

–    Conley, T. (2002) “Globalisation as Constraint and Opportunity: The Restructuring of the Australian Political Economy”, Global Society, 16(4).

–    Conley, T. (2004) “Globalisation and the Politics of Persuasion and Coercion”, Australian Journal of Social Issues, 39(2), pp. 183-200.

–    Conley, T. (2007) “Globalisation and the Transformation of the Australian Political Economy” in G. Curran & E. van Acker (eds) Globalising Government Business Relations, Sydney, Pearson.
–    Conley, T. (2011) “Australia’s Economic Vulnerabilities Revisited”, Big P Political Economy, 17 June <
–    Edey, M. (2007) “Australia in the Global Economy”, Address to the Australia & Japan Economic Outlook Conference, Sydney, 16 March <>.

–    Edwards, J. (2014) Beyond the Boom, Sydney, Lowy Institute.

–    Franklin, M. (2010) “Hard Work, Not Luck, the Australian Way: Rudd”, The Australian, 27 January <>.