International Law

International law governs the relationships among nations and international organizations and includes humanitarian, criminal, military, maritime, trade, and environmental laws and treaties such as the Geneva Conventions and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. RAND research has helped to clarify issues of global governance with regard to the environment, counterterrorism and security, piracy, human and drug trafficking, and finance.

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    Bryan Frederick

    Senior Political Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in international relations, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS); M.A. in international relations and international economics, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS); B.A. in philosophy, Williams College

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    Christopher Eusebi

    Senior Adjunct Researcher
    Education J.D., University of Detroit; M.S. and M.S. in materials engineering, Michigan State University

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    Anusree Garg

    Policy Analyst
    Education J.D. in international law, American University Washington College of Law; B.A. in international studies, Ohio State University

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    Michelle Grisé

    Associate Policy Researcher
    Education Ph.D. in history, Yale University; J.D. in law, University of Michigan; B.A. in history, University of Chicago

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    Theodora Ogden

    Research Assistant
    Education M.Sc. in crisis & security management, Leiden University; L.L.M. in human rights law, Birkbeck College, University of London; B.Soc.Sc. (Hons) in international relations and politics, The University of Manchester

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    Robert C. Parker

    Adjunct Staff
    Education BS in management w/honors, U.S. Coast Guard Academy; MA in national security & strategic studies, U.S. Naval War College