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Thomas Gidney

Thomas researches the paradox of colonial member states at the League of Nations, with a special focus on India and the British Empire. His dissertation analyses how European sovereignty norms have changed and been defined by perceptions of ‘civilisation’, as well as how British imperial politics were reflected at the League of Nations. He holds a BA in European Studies from Maastricht University and has a keen interest in the development of international organisations and their role in global governance.