Albinski, Henry Stephen
ALBINSKI, Henry Stephen
ALBINSKI, Henry Stephen. American/Australian, b. 1931. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Pennsylvania State University, Australia and New Zealand Studies Center, director, professor political science and Australian and New Zealand Studies, 1959-; Australian Natl University, visiting fellow, 1963-64, 1978-79, 1995; University of Western Ontario, visiting professor, 1969; Research Analysis Corp, consultant, 1969, Georgetown University Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1972-73; US Department of State, consultant, 1978, 1993, 1994; Australian Maritime Museum, 1987-88, Deakin University, 1993. Visiting appointments: University of Queensland, 1970; University of Sydney, 1974-75; Flinders University, 1974; University of Melbourne, 1985-86; Austrailian Defence Force Academy, 1988-89, 1992; Curtin University 1995-96. Publications: Australia and the China Problem During the Korean War Period, 1964; Australian Policies and Attitudes Toward China, 1965; The Australian Labor Party and the Aid to Parochial Schools Controversy, 1966; (with L.K. Pettit) European Political Processes, 1968, rev. ed. 1974; Australia in Southeast Asia, 1970; Politics and Foreign Policy in Australia, 1970; Australian External Policy under Labor, 1977; The Australian-American Security Relationship, 1982; ANZUS: The United States and Pacific Security, 1987; The Australian-American Alliance: Prospects for the 1990s, 1990; The United States, Australia, and Regional Nation Defense Interactions in Asia-Pacific, 1993. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: Asian Political Processes, 1971; Canadian and Australian Politics in Comparative Perspective, 1973; Australia and the United States, Strategic and Defence Cooperation Futures, 1993; Australia's Envolving American Relationship, 1994. Address: Australia-New Zealand Studies Center, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, U.S.A.