ONLINE PRESENCE. Arthur is responsible for most of the online logistics of the organisation. He is a DPhil candidate in Cybersecurity at the University of Oxford (Wolfson College). His research investigates why and how democracies respond to cyber-enabled foreign electoral interference. His work is supported by UK Research & Innovation and The Rotary Foundation. Before joining the University of Oxford, Arthur gained first-hand experience of international security in government and think-tanks (IISS, ETH Zurich). He has published articles in outlets such as Lawfare, BBC Science Focus, NATO CyCon US and Revue Défense Nationale, and is an expert contributor at Oxford Analytica. He received a Master of Arts from the Department of War Studies at King’s College London and a Master of Laws from Leiden Law School.
DIRECT COMMUNICATIONS. John is your first point of contact. He is in charge of our email communications, and ensures smooth coordination between chairs and panel members, among other things. He is a doctoral candidate in International Relations at St. Antony’s College, Oxford. His research focuses on contemporary security and defence cooperation in the European Union and is funded by the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation. Prior to coming to Oxford, he conducted research on issues relating to the harmonisation of European arms export control practices.
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