Dr Adam Bartley is a Post-doctoral Fellow at RMIT University's School of Global, Urban and Social Studies.
Dr Adam Bartley is a specialist in the area of U.S. foreign policy and regional Indo-Pacific security. He is the author of two manuscripts examining U.S. foreign policy and China and has contributed to articles examining whole of government applications to Indo-Pacific strategy in the United States.
In his current role, Dr Bartley is a post-doctoral fellow at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and program manager of the AI Trilateral Experts Group. He was a 2022 Fulbright Scholar, sponsored by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and has held fellowships at the Elliot School for International Affairs, the George Washington University and the Pacific Forum in Hawaii. He is also managing editor for AIIA's Australian Outlook.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (International relations) – RMIT University
- Bachelor of International Studies (Hons) – RMIT University
- Warren, A.,Bartley, A. (2023). The Digital Power Paradox: U.S.-China Competition, Semiconductors, and Weaponized Interdependence In: The Digital Global Condition, Springer, Singapore
- Bartley, A.,Warren, A. (2022). Whither the Whole of Government? The Trump administration, national security, and the Indo-Pacific Strategy In: Journal for Peace and Justice Studies, 31, 1 - 28
- Warren, A.,Bartley, A. (2021). US Foreign Policy and China: Security Challenges During the Bush, Obama, and Trump Administrations, Edinburgh University Press, United Kingdom