Brad Glosserman is the Deputy Director and visiting professor at the Center for Rule Making Strategies at Tama University and a senior advisor to Pacific Forum, where he worked for 17 years, most recently, as executive director. His new book, “Peak Japan: The End of Great Ambitions,” published in spring 2019 by Georgetown University Press. He is coeditor of Comparative Connections, the Pacific Forum’s triannual journal and writes, along with Pacific Forum President Emeritus and WSD-Handa Chair in Peace Studies, Ralph Cossa, the regional review. He is the coauthor, with Scott Snyder, of The Japan-South Korea Identity Clash (Columbia University Press, 2015), a study of national identity in Japan and South Korea and its impact on U.S. alliances. Mr. Glosserman is the editor, with Tae-hyo Kim, of The Future of U.S.-Korea-Japan Relations: Balancing Values and Interests (CSIS, 2004). He is also the English-language editor of the journal of the New Asia Research Institute (NARI) in Seoul. His opinion pieces and commentary regularly appear in media around the globe, he has written dozens of monographs on U.S. foreign policy and Asian security relations, and he has contributed numerous chapters to books on regional security. A frequent participant in U.S. State Department visiting lecture programs and the US Navy’s Regional Security Education Program, he also speaks at conferences, research institutes, and universities around the world. He is also an adjunct lecturer at the Management Center of Innsbruck (MCI).
Prior to joining Pacific Forum, Mr. Glosserman was, for 10 years, a member of The Japan Times editorial board, and he continues to serve as a contributing editor for that newspaper. Mr. Glosserman holds a J.D. from George Washington University, an M.A. from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), and a B.A. from Reed College.