'Steady hand' Mike Pence offers insight into Donald Trump's thinking on Australia trip

  • Adjunct Associate Professor James Brown
    Adjunct Associate Professor James Brown
    Director of Research, United States Studies Centre
 

21 April 2017

During Vice President Mike Pence's two-day visit to Sydney this weekend, the Australian government will be looking to him for insights into what President Donald Trump has planned on such key issues as North Korea, China, Syria and trade. USSC research director Adjunct Associate Professor James Brown is quoted in this article published by The Sydney Morning Herald.

 
  • Adjunct Associate Professor James Brown
    Adjunct Associate Professor James Brown
    Director of Research, United States Studies Centre

    James Brown leads the US Studies Centre’s policy-focused research programs. He was previously the Military Fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy. His first book was the acclaimed Anzac's Long Shadow: The Cost of Our National Obsession.

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