Greg Fry has been researching the international politics of the Southwest Pacific region since he commenced his MA thesis on South Pacific regional identity at ANU in 1975. For the past twenty years he has also been Director of Studies of the Graduate Studies in International Affairs Program where he has taught International Relations Theory, and World Politics, alongside courses on Pacific themes.
Director of Graduate Studies in International Affairs (1988-2009); Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence (1994); Visiting appointments at University of Hawaii, University of the South Pacific, International Peace Research Institute (Oslo).
Indigenous diplomatic practices have existed continuously on the Australian continent for tens of thousands of years, governing relations between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Clans and Natio
Co-editors of the recently published book “The New Pacific Diplomacy” Dr Sandra Tart (University of the South Pacific) and Mr Greg Fry (Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy) presented a seminar hosted