Daniel (he/him) is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at McGill University, specializing in international relations and comparative politics. His doctoral research, supported by the Richard H. Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowship, focuses on rogue states’ engagement with international norms, in particular the question of partial or incomplete compliance. His broader research interests include global governance, East Asian politics and international relations (especially North and South Korea), as well as political science education.
Prior to coming to McGill, Daniel served as the Deputy-Director of Research and Policy for the Asia-Pacific at the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (CCR2P) where he managed a team of undergraduate research associates exploring the opportunities and limits of the R2P doctrine in North Korea, Malaysia, and Xinjiang.
Daniel holds a B.A. (Hons. Korean Language and Culture, International Relations) and an M.A. (Political Science) from the University of British Columbia.