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'Fortress Australia': what are the costs of closing ourselves off to the world?

By Natasha Kassam, Director, Lowy Institute's Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Program, and Fellow, National Security College’s Futures Council, Australian National University
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Although Australians are generally supportive of closed borders, they are split on whether the pandemic has been a boon for national unity and social cohesion.

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