Associate Professor of Diplomacy and International Affairs
Greg Fry was formerly Hedley Bull Fellow in the Department of International Relations at the Australian National University, where he also served as Director of Studies in ANU's Graduate Studies in International Affairs Program from 1988 to 2010. His research focuses on the international politics of the South Pacific region; the politics of regional and national governance in the South Pacific; and conflict and conflict resolution in the Pacific island states.
Office: 014-S216 (FBE Building)
Office Phone: (+679) 323-2015
- PL409 Diplomacy, Negotiation and Statecraft
- PL410 World Politics and International Relations
- PL 411 Research Essay in Diplomacy and International Affairs
- B.Comm.(Econ.) University of New South Wales
- MA (Pol.Sci.) - Australian National University
- Regional governance
- The Pacific in Global Politics
- Legitimacy and political community-building at state and regional levels
- Globalisation and Pacific societies
- Intervention and state-building
- Conflict and conflict prevention in the South Pacific
- Theories of world politics and global governance.
See the full list of Greg Fry's publications.
Recent Publications & Conference presentations:
- Intervention and State-Building in the Pacific, Manchester University Press, 2008 (co-editor with Tarcisius Tara Kabutaulaka)
- ‘Australia in Oceania: A “new era of cooperation”?’ in Lorraine Elliott., ed., Australian Foreign Policy Futures: Making Middle-Power Leadership Work? Keynotes, 2008
- Whose Oceania? Contending Visions of Community in Pacific Region-Building’, in Michael Powles, ed., Pacific Futures, Canberra, Pandanus Books (ANU), 2006
- ‘Pooled Regional Governance in the Island Pacific: Lessons from History’ in Satish Chand, ed., Pacific Islands Regional Integration and Governance, Canberra, Asia-Pacific Press, 2005
- ‘A Pacific “Arc of Crisis”? Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Oceania’, in N.N. Vohra, India and Australasia: History, Culture and Society, New Delhi, India International Centre and SHIPRA Publications, 2004
- ‘The War against Terror and Australia’s New Interventionism in the Pacific’ in Nancy Sullivan (ed.), Governance Challenges for PNG and the Pacific Islands, 2004