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This pioneering interdisciplinary ebook explores the hot monetary, cultural, and political ties among Australia and Latin the United States, situating them in the context of broader worldwide differences, Australia's position within the international South, and Latin America's elevated strategic and financial relevance to the Asia-Pacific region.
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This complex reality and interplay between diversity and homogeneity of course has an inﬂuence on the different patterns of migration from Latin America into the global diaspora, including Australia, and the experiences and realities of Latin American people in their adaptation to life in Australia also extend from this contextual backdrop. 1 of Latin Americans in Australia by country of origin includes some of the key countries that are discussed in this chapter. However, it should be noted that it serves as only a rough guide, due to the difﬁculty of an accurate registration of second- and third-generation Latin American-Australians.