Speeches | 25 March 2008

Thinking security

On Thursday 19 March 2008 the Hon. Kim Beazley delivered the second annual Coral Bell Lecture in Canberra. The purpose of this annual lecture is to recognise those individuals who, in their professional careers, have been able to bridge the worlds of academe and international policymaking. The lecture series reflects the key objective of the Lowy Institute to produce original research that combines academic rigor with policy relevance. Mr Beazley spoke on the topic Thinking security: Influencing national strategy from the academy; An Australian experience.This lecture series is named in honour of Dr Coral Bell, whose career epitomised the successful union of international policy theory with its practice. Kim Beazley

  • Kim Beazley

On Thursday 19 March 2008 the Hon. Kim Beazley delivered the second annual Coral Bell Lecture in Canberra. The purpose of this annual lecture is to recognise those individuals who, in their professional careers, have been able to bridge the worlds of academe and international policymaking. The lecture series reflects the key objective of the Lowy Institute to produce original research that combines academic rigor with policy relevance. Mr Beazley spoke on the topic Thinking security: Influencing national strategy from the academy; An Australian experience.This lecture series is named in honour of Dr Coral Bell, whose career epitomised the successful union of international policy theory with its practice. Kim Beazley

  • Kim Beazley