Alexandros Tokhi is a Research Fellow in the Global Governance unit at the WZB Berlin Social Science Research Center. He recently completed his Ph.D. in International Relations from the Freie Universität Berlin. He also studied political science and international relations at Sciences Po Paris. Tokhi's research interests include the patterns of international political authority, the design and effects of international security treaties, and authoritarian regimes in world politics.
During his fellowship, Tokhi intends to prepare a book manuscript investigating the compliance of authoritarian states with non-proliferation treaties. In this context, he will examine the factors that drive authoritarian states' decision to commit and comply with treaties preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction, and the extent to which such decisions are influenced by the varying authority of global security institutions.
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Research Fellow, Global Governance Unit, Berlin Social Science Research Center (WZB)
WZB Fellow, Berlin Social Science Research Center (WZB)