Samuel Jardine is a geopolitics specialist and public historian specialising in multipolar competition, grand strategy, and the geopolitics, governance, and security of space and the polar regions. He has a particular interest in defence, governance, climate conflict, and resource politics. Sam is the Head of Research at London Politica, a Senior Adviser for Luminint, a Research Consultant at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), a Research Fellow at the Open Lunar Foundation, and is currently the Project Manager for Lord Kerslake’s independent commission on UK military accommodation. He further is a Strategic Adviser to the GORSTRA Research Group, an emerging human rights think tank. Sam is a former Fellow of the Arctic Institute, Ecologic Institute, and MiH-RCN hosted Arctic geopolitics programme and ran his own Applied History consultancy. He holds an MA in Modern History from King’s College London, and a BA with honours in History from the Open University.