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April 17, 2003

The Hon Glenda Gauci
Minister Political
Embassy of Australia
Washington D C

to speak on

Australia's Role for Peace and Security in the Northeast Asia: North Korea's Nukes, Missiles and WMD


ICAS Spring Symposium : Humanity, Peace and Security
May 9, 2003 12:00 NN - 5:45 PM
United States Senate Dirksen Office Building Room 106
Capitol Hill, Washington, D C 20510

Dear Friend:

We are pleased to share with you that The Hon Glenda Gauci will speak on Australia's Role for Peace and Security in the Northeast Asia: North Korea's Nukes, Missiles and WMD at the ICAS Spring Symposium on May 9, 2003 in Washington D C.

Other confirmed speakers to date include Thomas J Byrne (ICAS Fellow; Vice President and Senior Credit Officer, Moody's Investors Service), The Hon Mark Kirk (U S Representative), The Hon Dale Klein (Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Nuclear and Chemical and Biological Defense Programs, U S Department of Defense) and James J Przystup (ICAS Fellow; Senior Fellow and Research Professor, Institute of National Strategic Studies, National Defense University). Iskander Azizov (Counselor for Asia and Pacific Affairs, Embassy of Russia) and Don Kirk (ICAS Fellow; Seoul Correspondent for International Herald Tribune and New York Times) will serve discussants. And, both lists are growing.

Below is Minister Gauci's vitae:

NameGlenda Hiroko GAUCI
BornMelbourne, Australia

Career Details
1983Private legal practice - Melbourne, Australia
1984Department of Foreign Affairs, UN (Political and Legal) Japan Section
1987 (Feb)Third, later Second, Secretary (political, economic, legal, labour); Executive Assistant Ambassador, Australian Embassy Tokyo
1991Executive Assistant, Fraud Prevention & Ethics Section, Corporate Services Division (CSD)
1992 (Nov)A/Assistant Secretary, Enterprise Bargaining Agreement Taskforce, CSD
1993 (Dec)Director, Corporate Projects Section, CSD
1994 (May)Director, Industrial and New Trade Issues Section, Trade Negotiations Div
1994 (Aug)Adviser, Office of the Foreign Minister (North Asia, Pacific and Legal)
1995 (Jun)Counsellor (Trade Policy and Trade Relations Section) Australian Embassy Tokyo
1997 (Dec)Minister/Counsellor (Trade), Australian Embassy Tokyo
1998 (Jul)Assistant Secretary, Mainland South East Asia and South Asia Branch
2000 (Oct)Assistant Secretary, North East Asia Branch, NAD
2001 (Dec)Minister/Counsellor (Political), Australian Embassy Washington

Languages other than English

Japanese (fluent)

French (basic)

Academic and Professional Qualifications
1980Bachelor of Arts (1st Class Honours) University of Melbourne (majors - international relations and public administration)
1981Inaugural exchange student - University of Melbourne and Keio University, Tokyo
1984Bachelor of Laws, University of Melbourne
Admitted as Barrister and Solicitor (Victoria, NSW & ACT)
1985Masters in International Law, Australian National University

Academic Awards
1977First Year Political Science Prize
1978International Relations Prize (shared)
1979Public Administration Prize
1980Fourth Year Political Science Prize
Thank you.


Sang Joo Kim / signed
Sr. Fellow & Executive Vice President

ICAS Fellow