Dan Hubbard was an intern at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin, where he contributed to the institute’s work on global order. His research interests include the evolution of the transatlantic alliance, the international positioning and policies of Central Europe, and differing concepts of the ‘Global South’.
Prior to joining GPPi, Dan completed his bachelor’s degree in history at the University of Oxford. While at Oxford, he studied the development and collapse of state-socialism in Central and Eastern Europe as well as Western European attempts at decolonization. His dissertation focused on the conceptualization of gender and masculinity within the British Union of Fascists. Alongside his studies, Dan served as senior editor for global affairs at both the Oxford Blue and Oxford Strategy Review. Subsequently, he worked as a legal intern with the law-firm Preiskel & Co in London, where he examined the impact of Brexit on the United Kingdom’s telecommunications market and analyzed technology regulation in Estonia and Denmark.