Visiting Research Scholar
Sasha Radin is a Visiting Research Scholar at the Naval War College International Law Department and a doctoral candidate at the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law at Melbourne University Law School. Her thesis research is on ‘Organized Armed Groups under the Law of Armed Conflict’. Previously, she worked in the Hague, the Netherlands as a Researcher and Outreach Coordinator in the International Humanitarian and Criminal Law Department of the T.M.C. Asser Institute. Before entering the world of international law, the positions she held involved conducting research, building networks, monitoring overseas trainings, organizing conferences and frequent travel within the Netherlands and in Eastern Europe.
Sasha Radin has an LL.M. in International Law from Amsterdam University, a BA in Slavic Studies from Harvard University and varying levels of language training in Russian, French, Dutch and Arabic. She has also attended several training courses on Operational Law.
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