This book provides comprehensive coverage of Australian foreign policy since 9/11. It is a tertiary level textbook for use in disciplines including political science, politics and international relations. It provides policy recommendations and prescriptions on a wide range of issues confronting Australian policy makers. It provides a coherent, comprehensive and up-to-date focus on foreign policy that other texts lack.This textbook examines changes to Australian foreign policy since 9/11 and the rise of global Islamic terrorism. It covers each of the main areas of Australian foreign policy - security, trade, development assistance, multilateral institutions and bilateral relations. The first section deals with the strategic dimensions of foreign policy, the second with global dimensions, and the final section deals with regional or geographic dimensions. It is a critical examination of the transnational forces that are influencing the future conduct of Australian policy.