19 Apr 2023
Armed conflict and Organized Crime:
Crime & Conflict, Drug Policy
Ajmal Burhanzoi is a PhD candidate in International Relations at the University of Toronto. He has served as an adjunct lecturer at the American University of Afghanistan, where he also managed several development projects. His research focuses on the effects of Great Power rivalry on the dynamics of domestic politics in developing states, especially on opposition movements.
Consultant, Prevención 360 Grados, S. A.
Assistant Professor of Latin American History, George Washington University
Research Associate, French Institute of International Affairs
Director, Mayak Intelligence
Assistant Professor, Institute of Future Initiatives, University of Tokyo
Senior Associate, International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy,
National Secretary at Argentinian Chamber of Professionals in Integrated Security (CAPSI)
Associate Professor, National Defense University
Former Senior Policy Analyst for Transnational Organized Crime, United States Office of National Drug Control Policy
Project Lead Arms Trade Treaty Monitor, Control Arms
Senior Principal Specialist, DAI