John Hemmings

Dr John Hemmings is Senior Director of the Indo-Pacific Programme at Pacific Forum in Honolulu, Hawaii. Previously, Dr Hemmings worked for DKI-APCSS, a Department of Defence regional centre, as well as several think tanks in the United Kingdom. He has briefed several HM Government departments and parliamentary committees, including the Ministry of Defence, Department for International Trade, and the Cabinet Office. Dr Hemmings holds a PhD In International Relations from the London School of Economics and a Masters degree in International Peace and Security from King’s College, London.

John Hemmings

Internet neutrality: Options for Britain

Prof. John Hemmings analyses internet neutrality in a British context and options for the country as it rethinks its approach

AUKUS: Enhancing undersea deterrence

Dr John Hemmings analyses America’s 2022 National Security Strategy and what it says about the trajectory of US foreign policy

America’s 2022 National Security Strategy

Dr John Hemmings analyses America’s 2022 National Security Strategy and what it says about the trajectory of US foreign policy

Enhancing British- Vietnamese relations in a more competitive era

Dr Bill Hayton and Prof. John Hemmings analyse the deepening strategic partnership between the United Kingdom and Vietnam

China’s interests in Afghanistan

Prof. John Hemmings explains why China is putting so much effort into staying on the Taliban’s good side and what it wants out of Afghanistan

Integrated Review: Foreign perspectives

Four foreign experts discuss what the United Kingdom’s Integrated Review means for their respective countries and regions

China and Russia: closing the maritime system?

Prof. John Hemmings explains how China and Russia are trying to close the open maritime system. What could Britain and other democracies do to respond?