Prof Brad Nelson
Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Saint Xavier University, Chicago; and Co-founder and President, Center for World Conflict and Peace
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The risks and rewards of Biden’s foreign policy
The Biden administration has reversed many of the less palatable foreign policy features of the Trump era, notably by restoring the status of allies. Brad Nelson assesses five key themes in the Biden foreign policy and identifies some policy risks – especially in the Indo-Pacific.
An end to exceptionalism? The new US national security strategy
Ahead of a planned summit of Quad leaders, President Biden has offered the first taste of his strategic policy. As Prof. Brad Nelson finds, it is a more realistic outlook that acknowledges the decline of American exceptionalism, but one that also contains risks for the Indo-Pacific.
Biden Makes His Picks: The Impact of Team Biden on US Foreign Policy
The inauguration over, Prof. Brad Nelson analyses the foreign policy of Team Biden. Australia looks like being one of the winners from a return to the promotion of liberal US values.
Can a Cautious Biden Deliver Stability to Asia?
There are few reasons to expect substantial change to Asia policy under a Biden administration, writes long-term US foreign policy analyst Brad Nelson. This makes it all the more important that he appoint a national security and foreign policy team capable of crafting new, imaginative approaches to managing the region’s challenges.