Philip Flood: Dancing with Warriors

Looking back

Richard Broinowski

 

Dancing with Warriors
by Philip Flood
Australian Scholarly Publishing, $39.95 hb, 383 pp, 9781921875205

 

A current view among foreign policy academics is that the pursuit of Australia’s foreign interests is too important to be left to the diplomats. Here is a timely antidote from Philip Flood, an Australian diplomat who distinguished himself as a maker and shaper of foreign policy, particularly in South-East Asia.

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Richard Broinowski

Richard Broinowski

Richard Broinowski is an Adjunct Professor in Media and Communications at the University of Sydney. He was an Australian diplomat in Asia, the Middle East, and Central America.

 

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