Martin Searle

Martin Searle is currently an M.A. candidate in international affairs at the New School in New York where his research focuses on the complexities of the notion of legitimacy. He has recently returned from undertaking field work in Nepal, during which time his analysis of Nepal's constitution drafting process was printed by the Kathmandu Post, Nepal's best-selling English-language daily.

Searle got his bachelor's in European social and political studies from University College London in 2008. During his time at UCL, he wrote regularly for the French anti–capital-punishment group Ensemble Contre la Peine de Mort. After graduating, he interned with the International Risk Management department at G4S before taking up an invitation to work on a campaign for the 2009 European Election in Britain.

Focus: Democracy, Governance, Human Rights, France, Nepal, United Kingdom, United States, Americas, Asia, Europe

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Last Updated: Sep 29, 2010

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