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Doctor Christopher Fuller

Dr Christopher Fuller

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • US foreign policy
  • Terrorism and counterterrorism
  • Cyberspace and cyber conflict

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Dr Chris Fuller specialises in the study of U.S. foreign policy from 1945 to the present day. He has a particular interest in the “War on Terror” and wider U.S. counterterrorism practices, and the role of technologies, in particular those related to precision weapons and cyberspace, in creating security and insecurity. His work bridges the gap between scholars and practitioners with contributions to professional bodies and government agencies, as well as public engagement through documentaries, festivals, and public events.

To help explore topics which straddle traditional historical research and the study of contemporary affairs, and frequently fall under classification regimes, Dr Fuller specialises in the use of open-source material supplemented by leaked documents, considering their utility as evidence, as well as the historical and ethical challenges their utilisation presents.