Kelsey Munro was a Research Fellow and Podcast Director at the Lowy Institute.
Before joining the Institute, Kelsey was a journalist and editor at The Sydney Morning Herald covering state and national politics, education and urban affairs, a reporter at SBS News covering Asia-Pacific foreign policy and security, and a contributing writer at Guardian Australia. In 2016 she led a team on a five-part multimedia feature about the Abbott government, which was nominated for a Walkley Award. She has a Bachelor of Arts and Law and a Master’s in International Relations majoring in Asia-Pacific politics from the University of Sydney.
Kelsey has a special interest in China and Australia-China relations.
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