FORA.tv Speaker - Owen Harries
Owen Harries is a Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy and a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies in Sydney.
His research interests include US foreign policy, the US-Australia alliance and morality and foreign policy. He is a graduate of Oxford University, and during the late-1970s became head of policy planning in the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and senior adviser to the Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser.
In the mid-1980s he was a fellow at the Heritage Foundation in Washington DC, where he became editor in chief of The National Interest, a leading Washington-based foreign policy quarterly, from its founding in 1985 until 2001. He has published over 200 articles in leading journals and magazines and is author of several books examining American policies.
Harries delivered the 2003 Boyer Lectures for the ABC, published under the title, Benign or Imperial? Reflections on American Hegemony.
10.29.08 | 01:44:25 min
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