Speeches | 12 May 2010

Food for Thought: What Australia thinks about foreign policy - Fergus Hanson presentation

When we think of foreign policy we tend to envisage diplomats meeting behind closed doors. But public opinion has long played an important part in shaping it. Polls are proliferating in number and increasing in sophistication. How is this affecting the way foreign policy is made? Fergus Hanson

  • Fergus Hanson

When we think of foreign policy we tend to envisage diplomats meeting behind closed doors. But public opinion has long played an important part in shaping it. Polls are proliferating in number and increasing in sophistication. How is this affecting the way foreign policy is made? Fergus Hanson

  • Fergus Hanson