Frederik Florenz

Research Topic:

Threat or Distraction? The strategic role of crime control in U.S. military interventions in the 21st century
International Relations Network
Wolfson College
DPhil International Relations

Frederik is a final year DPhil student in International Relations. His research focusses on the strategic role of crime control and anti-corruption efforts in US military interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq. Besides his interest in US foreign policy he also maintains a larger interest in international security politics, Russian politics, and compliance. He is a research assistant for the Global Security Programme at Pembroke College.

Prior to his studies in Oxford, Frederik obtained a MSc in Global Crime, Justice, and Security from the University of Edinburgh. Besides his studies he enjoys the occasional chess game and playing music (clarinet, guitar, piano).