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Victor Ferguson

Victor Ferguson is a PhD Candidate in the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University (ANU). His research concentrates on the intersection between contemporary economic statecraft and international trade and investment law, specifically the mechanisms through which states utilise legal instruments to manipulate international commerce in order to achieve security or other strategic policy objectives.

Victor holds Bachelor’s degrees in Law (Hons 1) and International Relations (Hons 1) from the ANU, where he was awarded the 2016 L F Crisp Memorial Prize. His research has featured in the Australian Journal of International Affairs, the Asan Forum, and the East Asia Forum among others. He currently tutors two ANU undergraduate courses on international institutions and power in world politics.

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