Daniel Fazio

Daniel Fazio is a PhD Candidate and tutor in American Studies, School of History and International Relations, Flinders University. He specialises in the history of US and Australian foreign policy and Australian-US relations. He has a strong interest in American and Australian diplomatic, military and political history, and modern Korean history and politics. An experienced university teacher, he has taught in an array of topics, including the history of US foreign policy and America at War. He has extensive political experience, having worked on Australian federal, state and local government election campaigns.

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History no cause for optimism on the Korean Peninsula

THE optimism generated by the symbolic inter-Korean Summit needs to be balanced by a cautious and realistic appraisal of the obstacles the two countries must overcome to reduce tensions on...

Time for a game of chicken with Kim Jong Un

NORTH Korea’s sixth nuclear test together with its recent series of missile launches, suggests the regional powers (US, China, South Korea, Japan and Russia) are now left with two actionable but...