James Bowen

James Bowen

James Bowen

James Bowen is a Policy Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre. His work focuses on energy, climate, geoeconomics and broader processes of Indo-Pacific integration. James was a Non-Resident Research Fellow at the Centre from 2018 to 2020. 
 
James was a Visiting Research Fellow at Berlin’s Mercator Institute for China Studies in 2019. From 2015 to 2017 he worked at the International Peace Institute in New York City, editing its flagship Global Observatory publication and contributing to programs on countering and preventing violent extremism.
 
James has provided expert briefings to and on behalf of senior Australian officials and agencies and international institutions including the International Renewable Energy Agency, Center for Strategic and International Studies, National Bureau of Asian Research and Council for Strategic and Defense Research.
 
James has published reports for the likes of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute and Asia Society Policy Institute. He has contributed op-eds and interviews to media outlets including Nikkei, South China Morning Post, ChinaFile, the National Interest, the Diplomat, the Lowy InterpreterABC TV and Radio, Bloomberg, and SkyNews. He has also consulted for international political risk firms active in Australia.
 
James has a Masters in International Relations from Griffith University and Bachelor of Arts from Curtin University. He previously worked as a speechwriter for the Commonwealth and Western Australian Governments and as a journalist.


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RECENT WORK

  • 10 Dec, 2021
    Indo-Pacific

    How Geopolitics Will Drive Post-COP26 Climate Action

    By James Bowen
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  • 19 Aug, 2021
    Indo-Pacific

    Fuelling Cooperation: The Indo-Pacific Hydrogen Transformation

    By James Bowen
    read
  • 19 May, 2021
    Indo-Pacific

    Professor Gordon Flake Interviews James Bowen

    By Professor Gordon Flake and James Bowen
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