Received Sylff fellowship in 2004-05.
Academic supervisor: (PhD dissertation successfully defended in December 2008 under the supervision of Professor Urs Luterbacher)
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Andrew's PhD dissertation and thesis defense in Geneva were both awarded high honors by a thesis committee composed of Prof. Urs Luterbacher (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Prof. David Sylvan (Graduate Institute, Geneva) and Prof. T.V. Paul (McGill University, Montreal). Selected works that Andrew has published: (1) An Emerging Transnational Industrial Relations? Exploring the Prospects for Cross-border Labour Bargaining (co-authored with Urs Luterbacher and Konstantinos Papadakis). International Labour Review, Vol. 156, Dec. 2017; (2) Much Ado about Nothing? Status Ambitions and Iranian Nuclear Reversal. Strategic Studies Quarterly, Vol. 11, Summer 2017; (3) The CBRN Threat: Past, Present and Future (co-authored with Sergio Bonin). Freedom from Fear Magazine, Oct. 2009.
Current affiliation: United Nations (UNICRI)
Andrew Prosser is a senior analyst with the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) based in Geneva, Switzerland. He received his doctorate from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and is a recipient of the Herbert Scoville Peace Fellowship and the Tokyo Foundation (SYLFF) Fellowship. Andrew has also held positions with the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) and the New York State Legislature. His professional and research work focuses on global peace and security issues, nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons policies, and terrorism and counterterrorism.
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