Denise Fisher is Visiting Fellow at the ANU Centre for European Studies.
A former senior Australian diplomat, Denise has served as Australia’s Consul General in Noumea and as High Commissioner to Zimbabwe with other concurrent accreditations, and as political officer in Australian missions in Yangon, Nairobi, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur and Washington DC. Her book France in the South Pacific: power and politics was published in 2013.
Denise publishes on France in the South Pacific, most recently New Caledonia’s self-determination process. She has written for The Conversation, Lowy Institute’s The Interpreter, ASPI’s The Strategist, the Journal for Pacific History, Crawford School’s Policy Forum, East Asia Forum and numerous French publications.