Greg Stiles, Editor
Greg Stiles is a doctoral researcher in the School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds, UK. His research is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and it examines the role of the G7 & G20 Summits in global governance and conflict resolution practice. Additional areas of research are on the European Union and its relations with Russia, conflict in the Middle East and International Relations theory, in particular, the English School approach. Greg holds a BA in International Relations & Politics, as well as an MA in European Law, Governance & Politics and an MA in Social Research from the University of Sheffield, UK.
Emma Lecavalier, Deputy Editor
Emma Lecavalier is a doctoral student and Vanier CGS Scholar in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and a Research Fellow at the Global Policy Institute at Durham University. Her research focuses on city networking in global governance, specifically around climate and environmental issues. Prior to her doctoral studies, Emma spent two years with the University of Cape Town in South Africa examining the drivers of sustainable energy policy in China, India, and South Africa. She holds an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and a BA in political science and global development from Western University.
Amna Kaleem, Deputy Editor
Amna Kaleem is an ESRC-funded doctoral researcher in the Department of Politics, University of Sheffield, UK. Her research is situated within Critical Terrorism Studies and focuses on the impact of the British government's counter-terrorism policy on citizenship practice and civic duty. Amna did her BA and Masters in International Relations at the University of Karachi, Pakistan, followed by a Masters in Global Security at the University of Sheffield, UK. She has worked as a multimedia journalist and project manager in Pakistan and the UK.