Hayley Channer Australia Areas of expertise: Korean peninsula, Northeast Asia, WMD, Australia's security partnerships. Hayley Channer has been with ASPI since June 2012. Her main research interests include Northeast Asia, WMD related issues, Australia's security partnerships, and human security. In early 2014 she was a Visiting Fellow at the East West Center in Washington DC researching the US rebalance to Asia and what US allies in Asia can do to support the rebalance. In 2013 she spent time as a Visiting Scholar at the National Institute of Defense Studies (NIDS) in Tokyo where she analysed Australia-Japan defence relations. She has presented at international conferences in the US, Japan, South Korea, and Malaysia and published on subjects such as Australia-Japan-South Korea defence cooperation, North Korea's nuclear weapon program, and Australia's defence cooperation program with Pacific Island countries. Before joining ASPI Hayley worked for former Australian Ambassador John McCarthy AO and for the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) national office. She completed a Master of International Studies at the University of Queensland. Dr. Patrick M. Cronin, who might rightfully be called the Dean of this Roundtable 2, has characterized Hayley as “one of the rising stars in Australia”.
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