External PhD candidate
Alexandros Sarris is an Assistant Professor of International Law at Leiden University College since August 2015. His research interests range within International Law-Natural Resources Management-Environmental Protection and Global Governance Regimes. Prior to LUC, he worked as a Graduate Research Fellow at Program on Negotiations at Harvard Law School and as a Doctoral Researcher at Science Impact Collaborative at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is concluding his Ph.D Candidate at Leiden University, The Netherlands, at the Department of International Studies conducting in-depth research at the Legal Regime(s) Governing the Arctic. He holds a LLB and an LLM (cum Laude) from the Faculty of Law of Democritus University of Thrace, Greece.
The Arctic Territorial, Environmental and Economic Issues.
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