Dr Michael Fullilove (via video-conference)
“The Trump presidency - what's in store for Australia"
Harvard Club of Victoria members and their guests are invited to join us on Monday the 6th of March to hear guest speaker Dr Michael Fullilove speak about “The Trump presidency - what's in store for Australia" via video-conference in Sydney. Dr Michael Fullilove will speak in Sydney as part of the Harvard Club of Australia Monday Lunch Club. HCA Brisbane and Canberra chapters will also join the video-conference.
Date: Monday 6th of March
Time: 12:15pm form 12.30pm to 2.00pm
Venue: JBWere Melbourne, Level 16/101 Collins St Melbourne.
Bookings: $35.00 for HCV members and their guests (HCV members please login to the website prior to purchasing), $40 Non-Members. Ticket includes a light lunch. Click here to buy tickets!!!
Enquiries: Mandy Croker, email@example.com or 0414 582 860
Dr. MICHAEL FULLILOVE is the Executive Director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy. His area of expertise is Australian foreign policy; US politics and foreign policy; Asia and the Pacific; Global institutions
He has been associated with the Lowy Institute since its establishment. He wrote the feasibility study for the Institute in 2002 and served as the Director of its Global Issues Program from 2003 to 2012. He has also worked as a lawyer, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC, and an adviser to Prime Minister Paul Keating. He remains a Nonresident Senior Fellow at Brookings and is a member of the NSW Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee. He also serves on the Council of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).
Dr. Fullilove writes widely on Australian foreign policy, US foreign policy and global issues in publications including The New York Times, Financial Times, Foreign Policy and Foreign Affairs, as well as the Australian press. He is a sought-after speaker and commentator in Australia and abroad, appearing on programs such as RN Breakfast, 7.30 and the Charlie Rose Show. He graduated in arts and law from the Universities of Sydney and New South Wales, with dual university medals. He also studied as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where he completed a master's degree and a doctorate in international relations.
In 2015 Dr Fullilove delivered the Boyer Lectures. He is the editor of Men and Women of Australia! Our Greatest Modern Speeches (Viking) and editor and author of numerous books and publications. How Franklin D. Roosevelt and Five Extraordinary Men Took America into the War and into the World (Penguin) won the 2014 NSW Premier's Literary Award for Non-Fiction.