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Chris
Goodenough

Project Officer

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.

 

Chris
Goodenough
Project Officer