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Chris is a Project Officer for the National Security Studies research group at the Royal United Services Institute, supporting a portfolio which primarily focuses on counter-terrorism, organised crime, resilience, cyber security, intelligence policy and policing.
Prior to joining RUSI, Chris worked as a Project Assistant & Researcher on a number of special projects organised in conjunction with the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies, with topics including Russian geopolitics in the post-Cold War era, extremism and radicalisation, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, and the European Migration Crisis. In 2017, he organised a conference at the House of Commons which brought together three key signatories of the Belavezha Accords to discuss the treaty which formally dissolved the Soviet Union.
Chris holds a BA (Honours) degree in Politics & International Studies from the University of Exeter and completed a year-long student exchange programme at the University College Utrecht in the Netherlands. His interests include faith, extremism and radicalisation, national identity and globalisation, conflict resolution and South Asian politics.