Alexander Ghionis is
His research interests relate to the chemical and biological weapons prohibition regimes, in particular the work of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. His current research is exploring how AI technologies are being understood to impact the CBW prohibition regimes and the implications of that for governance.
His doctoral research looked at change and continuity in the intergovernmental Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), with particular interest in the cultures and identities of its Technical Secretariat. The research developed understandings of how change has unfolded within the OPCW by interpreting organisational developments through an interdisciplinary assessment of international relations, policy studies, and theories of culture and management.
Ghionis has a Master’s Degree in Geopolitics and Grand Strategy from the University of Sussex.