Scott Nicholas Romaniuk received his PhD in International Studies in June 2018, examining the effects of Hungary’s counter-terrorism and security policies on civil society organizations in the post-9/11 period. He holds an MRes in Political Research, an MA in Terrorism, Crime and Global Security, and an MA in Military Studies (Joint Warfare). His teaching and research specializations include International Relations, Military and Strategic Studies, Security Studies, Terrorism and Political Violence, and Research Methods. He is a Senior Research Affiliate with the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) and a member of the Conflict, Terrorism and Development (CTD) Collaboratory at Michigan State University.
Contact: scott.n.romaniuk [at] gmail.com