Nonresident Fellow, Foreign Policy
Fergus Hanson is a nonresident fellow in Brookings’ Foreign Policy program. His research focuses on ediplomacy, Australian foreign ministry reform, and public opinion polling. Hanson previously served as a visiting fellow at Brookings during the winter and spring of 2012. Before joining Brookings, Hanson was program director for polling at the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Sydney, Australia.
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Iran, Nuclear Development In Iran, Iran Press Report, Iraq, U.S. Politics, Innovation, Job Creation, Sub-Saharan Africa, Metropolitan Areas, U.S. Foreign Policy, Global Development, Middle East and North Africa, Energy, Social Mobility, U.S. Supreme Court, islamist extremism, metropolitan economy, employment, U.S. Government
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