Dr Euan Graham
ExpertiseAUKUS, Australia's strategic and defence policy settings, Australia-China security relations, Nuclear Weapons / Deterrence, Japan and the Korean Peninsula, Maritime and naval, Southeast Asia
Dr Euan Graham joined ASPI as a Senior Analyst in July 2023. During his career, Euan has developed deep knowledge of Australia’s regional security environment, working for think tanks in Australia, Singapore and the UK, where he previously worked for the British foreign office, including time on the ground in North Korea and Southeast Asia. Before joining ASPI, Euan was based in Singapore, at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, where he was closely involved in organising the annual Shangri-La Dialogue, an annual summit of defence ministers from across the Indo-Pacific region.
He has published extensively, on a broad range of defence and security topics, including as a regular contributor for The Strategist since 2013. He has published two solo-authored books: Japan's Sea Lane Security 1940–2004: A Matter of Life and Death? (2005) and Australia’s Security in China’s Shadow (2023).