The first section of this article explores some of the reasons why Australia might need to address a specific body of international law. In the second section the focus is on the concepts of ‘occupation’ and ‘genocide’ in relation to Australia’s past. Ultimately, an Australian historiography of race relations necessitates the delineation of an unambiguously post-settler approach, which in turn requires a renewed postcolonial compact for the Australian polity.
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