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This pioneering interdisciplinary publication explores the hot financial, cultural, and political ties among Australia and Latin the US, situating them in the context of broader worldwide alterations, Australia's position within the worldwide South, and Latin America's elevated strategic and monetary relevance to the Asia-Pacific region.
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The First Wave of Latin American Migration to Australia (1970s–1980s) The ﬁrst large wave of migrants from Latin America to Australia ranged from the early 1970s until the late 1980s. In 1966 immigration ofﬁcers began allowing the entry of new migration groups, especially those who were deemed “easily adaptable” to Australian society (Lowestein & Loh 1978, 8; Martin 2002, 3). This included technical workers who arrived from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, and to a lesser degree, the rest of South America (Moraes-Goreki 1988; Schneider 1988)—at the time these were countries that were undergoing signiﬁcant political strife.