From the look of things, Australia has always been a bit different.
We have a rich cultural heritage, the best infrastructure, a rich history, a strong national identity and a rich set of cultural values.
The fact is, Australia is a small, cosmopolitan, global country with a vibrant international network.
It has developed into one of the world’s most dynamic economies and a powerful global power.
Australia’s national identity, which is underpinned by its long history of independence, is a powerful force that is not easily eroded.
In a way, we are part of a unique global community, which allows us to engage in world affairs and to shape the world in our own way.
And, because of the richness of our nation, we have a unique ability to be a global leader in the digital age.
And this is why we have achieved such great progress in terms of our economy, our technology and our governance.
As the world continues to move towards the digital era, Australia’s leadership in the 21st century will not be restricted to its economic and technological achievements.
It will also include the world at large.
Australia will have the most sophisticated and capable infrastructure in the world, and we will have a global network of people and businesses, many of which have their roots in Australia.
This will enable us to influence and shape the global agenda and achieve great things.
Our country’s success will not rest on the strength of its technology, which has been a driving force behind our success in the global economy.
As we look ahead to the next two decades, we need to make sure we take all the opportunities that the internet offers us with care and skill, and ensure that we develop the technologies that we need.
In the meantime, we will be building on the achievements of the past to make Australia a better place to live, work and raise our families.