Elijah Glantz is a Research and Project Officer Assistant for the Organised Crime and Policing Team (OCP) at RUSI. He manages and supports projects in OCP's environmental crime portfolio. In addition to supporting the team's research, he is an administrator and editor for the Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research (SHOC).
Before his current position, Elijah interned with OCP and RUSI's Terrorism and Conflict research group. As a Research Intern, he worked on countering serious and organised crime through financial sanctions, tackling environmental crime and assessing UK security and developmental aid in the Horn of Africa. Elijah also has previous experience in private sector risk intelligence.
Elijah is currently an MSc candidate in Conflict Studies at the London School of Economics, focusing on non-state actors and the intersection of corruption and conflict. He holds an BA in Political Humanities from Sciences Po where his dissertation scrutinised French attitudes towards counterinsurgency in the Algerian War.