Our members are world-leading specialists coming from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, including International Politics, History (and peace history in particular), Law and Human Rights, and Public Policy.
To further explore this section and meet everyone associated with the Centre, please use the following links:
Idrees Ahmad (conflict, media and communication
Paul Cairney (public policy)
Rowan Cruft (philosophy of human rights)
Megan Dee (diplomacy, negotiation, European Union)
Marwan Fayed (resource conflicts, networks and computing)
Clemens Hoffmann(international historical sociology)
Sossie Kasbarian (migration)
Matias Margulis (international political economy, international trade)
Holger Nehring (history of conflict and co-operation, diplomacy)
Andrew Perchard (economic history, strategic raw materials)
Bashir Saade (religion and politics)
Annalisa Savaresi (environmental law)
Andrea Schapper (human rights and the environment)
Phia Steyn (environmental history, landscapes of conflict)
Emily St Denny (public policy)
Frans de Vries (environmental economics)
Mo Egan (crime and security law, human rights)
Tara Fenwick (emeritus) (professional learning and development)
Simon Hope (justice, pluralism, diversity)
Dave Mackay (professional learning, strategy and innovation)
Heather Price (environmental science)
Raquel de Pedro Ricoy (language, conflict and co-operation)
Richard Simmons (political participation and public services)
Andrew Tyler (environmental science)
A number of former diplomats and policymakers from around the world work with us as research fellows:
Ambassador Dr Sameh Aboul-Enein is Assistant Foreign Minister of Egypt for Disarmament, International Security and Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy, after holding the position of Deputy Assistant Foreign Minister within the same ministry. He is currently seconded to LAS as Ambassador & Permanent Representative of LAS to the UN & other international organizations in Geneva. He was also recently appointed as Professor of International Relations & Organisations, Geneva School of Diplomacy & International Relations. In January 2017 he became Honorary Vice-Dean of the Geneva School of Diplomacy.
He is Adjunct Professor for Disarmament, International and Regional Security at the American University in Cairo, Visiting Professor for Crisis Management, Security and Diplomacy, University of East Anglia. He has been a Visiting Lecturer, Course Instructor and Academic Advisor at the NATO Defense College in Rome and at the Defence Academy of the UK and Senior lecturer at the School of Business in the Management Centre of the American University in Cairo (AUC). He is also a member of the UN Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) on Cybersecurity.
Lord Jack McConnell, former Scottish First Minister and Special Representative on Conflict Resolution Mechanisms to Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Sir George Reid, Scottish politician and former Communications Director of the International Red Cross, Geneva.
Lord George Robertson, former Secretary General of NATO.