Gregory J. Moore

Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate, Colorado 
Fall 2022
Less is More

  For a Stronger, Greener, More Resilient, More

Prosperous Colorado, and a Yet Greater America 


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Greg Moore is Professor of Global Studies and Politics at Colorado Christian University, was previously Professor and Head of the School of International Studies at the University of Nottingham’s campus in Ningbo, China.  He has a PhD in international and comparative politics from the University of Denver’s Korbel School of International Studies, an MA in Government and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia, and a BA in Art from Concordia College (MN).  With 14 years’ experience working/living in China, and 30 years in higher education, his professional expertise is in international relations, politics, national security, US foreign policy, Chinese foreign policy, etc.  He is a member of the (U.S.) National Committee on United States-China Relations and in 2019-20 was a fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC (in residence, fall 2019).  He has published many articles, book chapters and books on politics and international relations, some of which can be found on this website’s media page.  

Greg is married, has three boys, and lives in Evergreen, Colorado, where he and his family enjoy frequent visits of elk, deer, bobcats, bears, coyotes, foxes and other amazing neighbors (including humans) to their property.  He loves running, camping and hiking in Colorado’s high country.  He has also been a long-time resident of Fort Collins and Denver, as well as having lived for shorter seasons in Dillon and Boulder. He is an active church-goer, has often been a church elder, and loves reading (and teaching) the Good Book.