Daniel Fazio is a PhD Candidate and Tutor in American Studies, School of History and International Relations, Flinders University. His thesis examines the US-Australian Korean engagement, 1947-53, and the origins of ANZUS. He specialises in the history of US and Australian foreign policy and Australian-US relations. He has a strong interest in American diplomatic, military and political history, the American Civil War, Australian political history, and modern Korean history and politics.
His publications include articles on the North Korean security threat, Australia’s engagement with North Korea, and press censorship in the Korean War. He teaches the history of US foreign policy and has taught in topics on the American Civil War, America at War, twentieth-century US history, and Nazi Germany. He is also a tour guide at the South Australian Museum. He has extensive political experience, having worked on Australian federal, state and local government election campaigns.