Dr Troy Lee-Brown


Troy Lee-Brown is a political scientist, researcher and sessional academic in security and International Relations.

Troy’s PhD research was undertaken at the University of Western Australia and his dissertation titled ‘The Rise and Strategic Significance of the Indo-Pacific’ analysed the emergence and significance of the new regional construct.

Before joining UWA, Troy completed a MA in International Affairs at Murdoch University’s Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs in 2014, with a thesis examining the Senkaku-Diaoyu Islands dispute between Japan and China.Troy has authored several journal papers with a focus on security issues in the Indo-Pacific, regionalism and maritime security. His research interests include the Indo-Pacific concept, India, Japan, East Asia, regionalism, climate change, maritime and regional security.