Natasia Kalajdziovski is a PhD candidate at Middlesex University. She is currently based at the university’s School of Law, where she was awarded a fully-funded research studentship to complete her studies. She holds a first-class MA (Hons) from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London and a BA (Hons) from the University of Toronto. Broadly speaking, her research focuses on moral conduct in intelligence practice and counter-terrorism in the national security context, as it pertains to domestic conflicts in liberal democratic states.
Prior to the commencement of her doctoral studies, Natasia worked at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, interned at the Security Governance Group and was a lead analyst with the G8 Research Group, where her work was published numerous times in collaborative reports. Her work has also been featured in the Georgetown Security Studies Review.