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About Christopher L. Pallas

Christopher L. Pallas is an Assistant Professor of Conflict Management, with a dual appointment in the interdisciplinary PhD program in International Conflict Management and the Department of Political Science and International Affairs. He holds a PhD in Social Policy from the London School of Economics and an MSc in Policy Studies from the University of Edinburgh. Prior to entering academia, he spent four years working for a faith-based non-profit organization and served as a US Peace Corps volunteer in Togo, West Africa. He has also worked as a senior research analyst and consultant in the private sector, analyzing World Bank and African Development Bank policies for corporate clients.

Dr. Pallas' research interests include civil society, global governance, and the democratization of international policy making. His primary focus is on how transnational NGO advocacy impacts the representation of low- and middle-income country populations in the making of development policy. His research emphasizes the economic influences on NGO behavior. 


Present Assistant Professor of Conflict Management and Political Science, Kennesaw State University School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development


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Department of Political Science and International Affairs
Kennesaw State University


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