Justin Canfil

Justin Key Canfil is a political scientist conducting research on the political economy of technology law, particularly in the context of international security, cyber conflict, and US-China relations. He holds joint postdoctoral affiliations with the Harvard Belfer Center, the Columbia-Harvard China and the World Program, and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. His book project, which uses computational, experimental, and archival methods to explain why some arms control regimes are more resilient to technological breakthroughs, has been supported by the NSF, a China Fulbright Scholarship, the US Departments of State and Education, and other major sources.

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