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Coral Bell was born on 30 March, 1923 in Sydney, Australia, is an academic . Discover Coral Bell’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 89 years old?

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Age 89 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 30 March 1923
Birthday 30 March
Birthplace Sydney, Australia
Date of death 26 September 2012(2012-09-26) (aged 89)(2012-09-26) Canberra, Australia
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Nationality Australia

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In 2005, Bell was awarded an Officership in the general division of the Order of Australia “for service to scholarship and to teaching as a leading commentator and contributor to foreign and defence policy debate internationally and in Australia”. In 2015, the Research School for Pacific Studies was renamed the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs in her honour.


In 1961, Bell was appointed the first Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Sydney. However, she returned to England to a Readership at the LSE in 1965. In 1972 she became a professor of International Relations at the University of Sussex and was a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies. From 1977 to her formal retirement in 1988 she was a Senior Research Fellow in the department of International Relations at the Australian National University. Subsequently, until her death in 2012, she was a visiting fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre.


Bell moved to London to begin her academic career at the LSE in London, where she completed an MSc supervised by Martin Wight. During this period she was also employed as a research officer at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) where the historian Arnold J. Toynbee gave her responsibility for writing the 1954 edition of its Survey of International Affairs. In 1956 she was appointed the first international relations lecturer at Manchester University and began writing her PhD. With the support of the departmental professor, W. J. M. Mackenzie, Bell spent 1958 on a Rockefeller Fellowship which took her to the US at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC, and Columbia University in New York. This allowed her to meet a number of key figures who were formulating US foreign policy, including Paul Nitze and Robert Oppenheimer, with whom she discussed the still-secret National Security Council policy paper, NSC 68, written by Nitze.


Coral Mary Bell AO (30 March 1923 – 26 September 2012) was an Australian academic, who wrote extensively about international relations and power politics.

Coral Bell was born in Gladesville, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, on 30 March 1923. She was the middle of three children. She attended Sydney Girls High School and won a scholarship to the University of Sydney, where she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1944. After graduation she joined the Australian Diplomatic Service in the Department of External Affairs in Canberra. At this time the Foreign Minister was H. V. Evatt and Bell believed that he tolerated the lax security she observed in the department. As a junior there she worked alongside colleagues who were subsequently alleged to be members of a Soviet spy ring, notably Jim Hill and Ric Throssell, whom she believed tried unsuccessfully to recruit her in 1947. The Royal Commission on Espionage investigated the allegations after the defection of Vladimir Petrov in 1954 but while it concluded that the Soviet embassy in Canberra had been used for espionage it recommended that no prosecutions should be pursued. Meanwhile, Bell had been posted to Wellington in 1948, where she worked on the ANZUS Treaty and was present at its signing ceremony. She resigned from the department in 1951.