Experiences of Diplomacy with Colin Heseltine

Episode 2 July 23, 2020 00:42:59
Experiences of Diplomacy with Colin Heseltine
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Experiences of Diplomacy with Colin Heseltine
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Show Notes

Curious about what diplomats actually experience? AIIA Victoria invites you to the next instalment in the Meet the Diplomat series. In it, James Carey interviews former Australian Ambassador, Colin Heseltine. Colin had a career with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade that included numerous senior positions and postings. He has served as Deputy Head of Mission in the Australian embassy in Beijing from 1982 to 1985, and from 1988 to 1992; as director of the Australian Commerce and Industry Office in Taiwan, and as Australia's Ambassador to the Republic of Korea from 2001 to 2005. He was appointed by the Australian government to head the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Secretariat in Singapore during Australia’s host APEC year in 2007.

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