Dr. Greg Austin served as vice president for EWI's Worldwide Security Initiative, had a leadership role in the institute's work on cybersecurity and later served as a Professorial Fellow. Greg has a 30-year career in international affairs, including senior posts in academia and government.
He has also held senior posts at the International Crisis Group and the Foreign Policy Centre London.
Greg is the author of several highly reviewed books on international security, especially on Asia. His latest book is Cyber Policy in China (Cambridge: policy 2014). In 2003-04, he led a major review for the United Kingdom Cabinet Office on UK conflict prevention policies. He has several post-graduate qualifications in international relations, including a doctorate. He is a Visiting Professor at the Australian Defence Force Academy in the University of New South Wales.