Alexia Hack is a Research Analyst at RUSI examining misogyny and gender-based violence in policing and right-wing extremism. Her research also focusses on the organisational accountability of military and police forces, and their relation to vulnerable communities.
She holds an MSc in Security Studies from University College London where she wrote a thesis on the role of social networks and social capital in large-scale violence. Previously, Alexia was engaged in researching borders as the contact zones between people on the move and local communities in Europe’s periphery from a post-colonial perspective at the Helmut Schmidt-University. She also completed a BA in History and English Literatures at the University of Bonn.