Mauro Lubrano is a PhD candidate in International Relations at the University of St Andrews. His current research aims at understanding processes of terrorist innovation and the impact of emerging technologies. He previously worked for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and is a graduate of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, the Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, and the University of Perugia.
Davis is a graduate student in the Transatlantic Master’s program at the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill and former program associate at the Institute for Defense and Business. His research interests focus on future conflict, European defense institutions, and change in the German and British militaries.
Corentin Sire is a PhD candidate in criminology and history at the Universities of Montreal and Caen (in the EA 7455 HisTeMé research laboratory). He is also a graduate of Sciences Po Bordeaux and Cardiff University. His research interests belong to the field of critical terrorism studies, in which his main focus is counterterrorism cooperation, questioned from historical and conceptual perspectives.
Michael Goodyear is a JD candidate at the University of Michigan Law School. He also holds a degree in History and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago, with a concentration on Byzantine history. His research focuses on the intersections of history, law, and foreign affairs, particularly in the Balkans and the Middle East.