Alan Watt

Sir Alan Stewart Watt (* 13. April 1901; † 18. September 1988) war ein australischer Diplomat.

Watt war Botschafter in Singapur 1954, Japan (1956 bis 1959) und Deutschland (1960 bis 1962). Er veröffentlichte mehrere Bücher und Artikel im Ruhestand, darunter auch seine Memoiren.

Bibliografie

  • The changing margins of Australian foreign policy, 1964, Australian Institute of International Affairs
  • Australian defence policy 1951-63: major international aspects, 1964, Dept. of International Relations, Research School of Pacific Studies, Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University
  • Vietnam, an Australian analysis, 1968, Cheshire for the Australian Institute of International Affairs
  • Australian Diplomat - Memoirs of Sir Alan Watt, 1972, Verlag Angus and Robertson. ISBN 0-207-12354-3

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