Notes on Contributors
MR. BRIAN CROZIER
is a leading international expert on the Soviet Union and on espionage and terrorist activities.
MR. KIM C. BEAZLEY
is a former Leader of the federal Parliamentary Labor Party, and his article Arc of Instability is based on an address given by him in 2003 to the Western Australian branch of the Council for the National Interest.
MR. MAX TEICHMANN
is a former member of the Faculty of Politics and Economics at Monash University, and has for many years been a commentator on Australian social and political affairs and foreign policy.
DR. I. C. F. SPRY Q.C.
is Editor of National Observer, a Queen's Counsel and a former member of the Melbourne University and Monash University Law Faculties.
MR. R. J. STOVE
is a writer and commentator on public affairs and has had numerous articles published in Quadrant, National Observer, Chronicles and The American Conservative, and his work The Unsleeping Eye: A Brief History of the Secret Police and Their Victims was recently published by Duffy and Snellgrove.
DR. HAL G. P. COLEBATCH
has written a number of books and articles, including Blair's Britain (Claridge, London, 1999), and is a commentator on Australian and international political and cultural issues. The article Who killed John Curtin? is based on extracts from a book being prepared by him entitled Australia's Secret War.
National Observer No. 57 - Winter 2003