Gashaw Jember is a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia, School of Social Science at the Department of Political Science and International Relations. He holds M.A. in Public Policy Studies from Murdoch University and B.A. in Political Science and International Studies at Murdoch University, Western Australia.
His current research is investigate and analyse what the US strategic objectives in contemporary Africa are, how the US faces a challenge from other great powers and African governments when it advances its economic, security, and geopolitical interests in Africa, and how this, in turn, impacts the realisation of US strategic objectives in the continent. His previous research focuses on US foreign policy and International terrorism. Research interest: Foreign policy, International security, Middle-East and African affairs.
Public Policy, M.A.
Political Science and International Study, B.A.