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Coral Bell: the 'accidental academic' who wanted to stop armageddon

By Melissa Conley Tyler, Research Associate, Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne
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This piece is part of a new series in collaboration with the ABC’s Saturday Extra program. Each week, the show will have a “who am I” quiz for listeners about influential figures who helped shape the 20th century, and we will publish profiles for each one. You can read the other pieces in the series here.

When Australian international relations scholar Coral Bell died in 2012, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said

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