Samuel is interested in researching the impact of new technologies and social media on global politics. He completed an LLB with Mandarin (Hons) before completing the LLM in International Law at Queen’s University, Belfast where he was recipient of the Kyle Award. Samuel then went on to work in the legal sector, and cofounded a social development venture in East Africa, before coming to Cambridge to pursue the MSt in International Relations at Selwyn College.

As a student, Samuel joined the University of Cambridge Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence on a fellowship and continues to assist with the Global Politics of AI Programme. Samuel then joined the Centre for Geopolitics as a recipient of the Cambridge Security Initiative Bursary and he now assists Professor Simms with the Global and Europe strands, and Dr O’Keeffe with the Military History Working Group.


Diplomacy, Security

Global Germany

Monday 10th June, 2024

Global Germany