Justin Key Canfil is a political scientist with interest in the international law and politics of emerging technologies, including cyber. Drawing on extensive archival research, formally-motivated experiments, and textual data, Dr. Canfil’s research investigates how states use legal, arms control, and foreign policy tools to manage emergent concerns in times of rapid technological change. While pursuing a PhD at Columbia, he benefitted from Harriman Institute support, including a Pepsico Academic Year Fellowship, a Padma Desai Fellowship, and a Pepsico Summer Award, which he used to conduct extensive archival and interview research into technology debates between the US and Soviet Union throughout the Cold War. He is now a postdoctoral fellow with the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School.
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