Dr Pauline Kerr

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Biography

Dr Pauline Kerr took up an appointment as Fellow and Director of Studies at the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy in January 2004. She is an Honours graduate of The Australian National University, from which she also received her PhD. She teaches two courses in the APCD's Master of Diplomacy degree: Negotiation and Conflict Management and Contemporary Challenges in Diplomacy. Her research interests include conflict management and diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific, peace making negotiations in internal conflicts in Southeast Asia and the Pacific and traditional and human security developments in the Asia-Pacific.

Before joining the College, she had served as Academic coordinator, Diploma of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra; Academic Adviser, Australian Defence College; and Research Fellow in International Relations at The Australian National University.

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  • International Relations

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