Roderick Brazier left The Asia Foundation in 2013.
Roderick Brazier was appointed The Asia Foundation’s country representative to Cambodia in May 2006. Before this appointment, Brazier served in the Indonesia office for more than seven years, including three years as assistant country representative.
Before joining the Foundation, Brazier worked for two years as a director at Castle Asia, a Jakarta consulting firm that advises foreign investors. Earlier, he spent four years in Canberra as an analyst of Indonesian politics and business in the Australian prime minister’s foreign affairs advisory agency, the Office of National Assessments, and in the Australian Department of Defense. Brazier has certified native speaker proficiency in the Indonesian language.
His articles on Indonesia and Cambodia have been published in the International Herald Tribune and the Wall Street Journal.
Education: B.A. (honors), School of Asian and International Studies, Griffith University; M.A., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.