Jack Georgieff

Jack Georgieff
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Jack Georgieff is an international security analyst, currently based in Wellington, New Zealand. In 2013 he was a Research Associate at the Lowy Institute where he focused on international security issues within the Indo-Pacific. Jack graduated top of his class from the Australian National University in December 2013 with a Master of Arts (International Relations) with First Class Honours. While there, he was a Hedley Bull Scholar and a New Zealand Ministry of Defence Freyberg Scholar. During 2013, he was a Thawley Scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC. Additionally, Jack taught international relations and comparative politics for several years at tertiary level in New Zealand and Australia, and has presented his research at peer conferences both at home and overseas.

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United States-New Zealand Relations: Where to in 2014?
In this guest post for cogitAsia, Jack Georgieff asks whether a change of government at next year's general election in New Zealand could lead to a cooling in relations with…
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Whither the Pacific Solution: Rudd’s Hard-line Approach to Asylum Seekers
In this article for CSIS' cogitAsia, Jack Georgieff argues that the recent policy put forth by the Rudd government to never resettle boat arrivals in Australia is flawed at…
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Fallout from Israeli elections: peace at last?
In this article for Crikey, Thawley Scholar Jack Georgieff argues the recent coalition talks by Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu will not produce a government conducive…
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Kevin 2.0: Looking for a Regional Solution on Asylum Seekers
In this commentary for for CSIS' CogitAsia blog, Lowy Institute research associate Jack Georgieff analyses the contours of the asylum seeker debate in Australia alongside its…
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New Zealand-U.S. defense relations: A possible return to the alliance?
In this article on The Diplomat's Flashpoints blog, Lowy Institute Thawley Scholar Jack Georgieff looks at what it might take for a return to ally status between the United…
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The U.S.-New Zealand partnership: An alliance in all but name
In this CSIS commentary, Lowy Institute Thawley Scholar Jack Georgieff argues that U.S.-New Zealand relations have returned to an alliance in all but name, and that an…
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U.S. soft power & the rebalance: Public diplomacy in New Zealand and Indonesia
In this article for CSIS' CogitASIA blog, Lowy Institute Thawley Scholar Jack Georgieff looks at US soft power and public diplomacy in New Zealand and Indonesia, and how that…
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An Indo-Pacific Treaty: An idea whose time has come?
In this article on The Diplomat's The Editor blog, Lowy Institute Thawley Scholar Jack Georgieff looks at the prospects for developing an Indo-Pacific Treaty as proposed by…
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