Dr Greg Austin is the author of Cyber Policy in China (Polity 2014) and a recent article, “Managing Asymmetries in Chinese and American Cyber Power” (Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, October 2014). He has published several books on China’s strategic policy and one book on the Russian armed forces. He is a Professorial Fellow with the EastWest Institute (New York/Brussels/Moscow), and has held posts in defence intelligence, diplomacy, academia and NGOs. He wrote the book, Cyber Policy in China, while holding a Visiting Senior Fellowship with the Dept of War Studies at King’s College London. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW.
In his sixteen years as a civil servant in Australia, his appointments included posts as adviser to the Minister for Defence Science and Personnel, Secretary to the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, and First Secretary in the Australian Commission in Hong Kong
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