Juanita obtained her Master's in International Relations/Political Science at the Graduate Institute. She is currently a PhD candidate and works as a Research Assistant for the project "To Save and Defend: Global Normative Ambiguity and Regional order". Her research lies at the intersection between International Relations and Science and Technology Studies and focuses on the science-policy nexus in global governance agendas. Her thesis investigates how certain problems are co-constituted as governance objects and what is the role of expertise in this process.
Latest Project: To Save and To Defend - Global Normative Ambiguity and Regional Order
Timeline: September 2017 – August 2021