Dr. Sasha Radin is a Senior Researcher at the Lieber Institute at West Point. She is specialized in the law of armed conflict and related bodies of law. Her research areas are on the legal and policy implications of emerging technology in conflict, on organized armed groups, and on conduct of hostilities issues. She is also experienced in the evolution of publishing and influence in the digital age.
Previously, she worked for the International Committee for the Red Cross as the Managing Editor of the Humanitarian Law and Policy blog and digital content strategist for their Law and Policy Department. At the U.S. Naval War College Stockton Center, she was Editor-in-Chief of International Law Studies and Associate Director of Research. Prior to working at the War College, she was a Research Associate at the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law at Melbourne Law School and a Researcher and Outreach Coordinator in the T.M.C. Asser Institute’s International Humanitarian and Criminal Law Department in The Hague, The Netherlands. In addition to her international law experience, she has worked onsite in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine with trade unionists and political opposition leaders.
Her doctorate is from Melbourne University Law School (Organized Armed Groups under International Humanitarian Law). She has an LL.M. in International Law from Amsterdam University and a B.A. in Slavic Studies from Harvard University.