Dr Greg Brown
ExpertiseUnited States foreign policy, emerging trends in the Pacific, structured analytic techniques, and migration & diasporic politics
Dr Greg Brown is a senior analyst at ASPI’s Washington DC office.
Greg joins ASPI after serving for nearly two decades as a contractor supporting diverse research, analysis, and outreach programs for the US national security community.
His experience includes managing projects that explore emerging security issues in Oceania and Southeast Asia; designing and running working groups involving government, academic, think tank, commercial, artistic, and scientific communities; and applying Structured Analytic Techniques (SATs) such as tabletop exercises and games, red teaming, and future scenario development to provide alternative analyses and challenge conventional wisdom.
A subject matter expert on political demography, Greg also serves as Adjunct Professor at the Center for Australian, New Zealand & Pacific Studies in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, where he teaches courses on strategic competition in the Pacific, migration and conflict, diasporic politics, and comparative foreign policy.
Greg received his Ph.D. in Government from the University of Texas at Austin and, in years past, was a research fellow at the University of Melbourne and an Australian National University parliamentary fellow in Canberra.