Sam Stockwell

Cambridge Office


M.A. in conflict, security and development, King's College London; B.A. in politics, University of East Anglia


Sam Stockwell is an analyst working in the area of defence, security and infrastructure at RAND Europe. His research interests include terrorism and counter-terrorism, cyber security, emerging technologies in conflict environments, and space security. He has worked on a number of different research activities, including conducting presentations, interviews and data analysis.

Prior to RAND, Stockwell was a research assistant at The Henry Jackson Society think-tank, where he studied the impact of coronavirus on political extremism. He has also worked with lecturers at the University of East Anglia on Brexit-related projects.

Stockwell achieved a distinction at King's College London in conflict, security and development studies, specialising in far-right extremism and cyber security. He holds a First Class B.A. (Hons) degree in politics from the University of East Anglia.

Recent Projects

  • Human Rights in the Digital Age

Honors & Awards

  • Thomas Paine Prize in Politics, University of East Anglia





  • Report

    Human Rights in the Digital Age

    This report provides an overview of human rights in the digital age (HURDA), the trends and challenges associated with them and the capacity-building approaches that have been adopted to foster and protect them.

    Aug 4, 2021