Tomer Perry is a Research Associate at the Center. He received his PhD in Political Science at Stanford University in 2016. Tomer's research focuses on political theory, with an interest in international relations and political institutions. His areas of interest include global justice, democratic theory, civil society, just war theory, and the history of political thought. His dissertation presents a democratic theory relevant to the realities of global politics and capable of addressing concerns of global justice in relation to issues such as immigration, trade and climate change. Tomer's account provides a democratic framework for addressing matters of global procedural justice that includes an account of global public reason and a defense of the all-affected principle.
In 2014-15, Tomer was a Visiting Graduate Fellow in Ethics.