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Jonathan Schultz

Jonathan Schultz is a lecturer in political science and researcher and writer on Australian foreign policy, with a particular focus on Australia-Pacific island relations.  He completed his PhD, titled "Overseeing and Overlooking: Australian engagement with the Pacific islands 1988-2007" at the University of Melbourne in 2012.  He was a visiting scholar at the University of the South Pacific in 2008.

Articles by Jonathan Schultz (1)

  • Fiji's elections: Four lessons for Australian diplomacy

    Now that Fiji has held its first elections in eight years, it is time to take stock of the lessons for Australian diplomacy. These lessons should inform Australia's approach to the Pacific island region, including in responses to future political upheaval, which is all but certain to take place. Four lessons to take away: 1.