Alex is a PhD candidate at the National Security College studying the relationship between Australia’s Conservative parties, the Liberal and Country party, and Croatian Nationalists during the Cold War. Alex has previously researched Australia’s relationship with Rhodesia and Southern Africa in the 1970s. He commenced his PhD research in 2018. Prior to this he completed a Masters Degree in National Security Policy from ANU and an Undergraduate and Honours Degree from the University College Dublin.
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I am researching the Australian government’s relationship with the Croatian Australian Nationalist movement that blossomed in Australia during the post-war period.
My other research interests include Australian relations with Southern Africa during the Cold War, Australian decolonisation in the Pacific, Australian migration policy and the defence of Australia during the Second World War.
Accepted for Publication: Protecting Australia’s Soft Underbelly: Defending the Illawarra 1939-1944 in History Australia.
Accepted for Publication: Consequences of Failure: How France’s Rejection of the Franco-British Union Undermined Australian Wartime Security in War in History.
Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia