Salvador Santino Fulo Regilme Jr. (born 1986) is an International Relations scholar focusing on human rights norms, global governance, and foreign aid. He is a tenured University Lecturer of International Relations at the Institute for History at the University of Leiden, where he coordinates the European Union Studies Minor Program and serves as a Member of the Board of Examiners of the MA in International Relations Program.
He holds a joint PhD in Political Science and North American Studies (2015) from the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies and the Otto Suhr Institute for Political Science of the Freie Universität Berlin. His PhD mentoring committee included Lora Viola (Chair), Susan D. Hyde, and Thomas Risse. He completed his graduate studies and research in political science and North American Studies in Berlin (Freie Universität), Yale, Osnabrück, Göttingen, and Hamburg.
Before moving to the Netherlands, he worked as a Käte Hamburger Fellow on global cooperation based in the Center for Global Cooperation Research in Duisburg, Germany (funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research), and he briefly held a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor within the Department of Political Science at Northern Illinois University, USA.
He is the co-editor of American Hegemony and the Rise of Emerging Powers (Routledge, 2017) and the author of peer-reviewed research articles in leading journals such as the Third World Quarterly, International Studies Perspectives, International Relations, International Political Science Review, Human Rights Review , Journal of Developing Societies, among others. He has presented his research in conferences and invited talks in various universities and public events in Europe, North America, and Asia.