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Why are Australians so accepting of hotel quarantine? A long history of confining threats to the state

By Amy Nethery, Senior Lecturer in Politics and Policy Studies, Deakin University
Umut Ozguc, Lecturer in International Relations, Deakin University
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Australia has a long history of incarceration of migrants, Indigenous people and those considered 'enemies' of the state. This has formed a 'template' for modern-day quarantine and detention policies.

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