Christina J. Hajdu


Woodrow Wilson School, MPA candidate

Graduate Associates


Archived date: 08/03/08
Christina Hajdu combines her legal background with political analysis. She was most recently based with the Australian foreign service in Bangkok Thailand, where she reported on political and human rights developments. She also provided legal advice and coordination for international police investigations into transnational crime, such as people trafficking and child sex tourism. She has previously worked on international intellectual property negotiations in the World Trade Organisation and as Indonesia desk officer. She supplemented her graduate studies at Princeton with work at the International Crisis Group researching legal and political issues surrounding conflict, such as the investigations by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. She has also worked on conflict prevention issues at the United Nations Department of Political Affairs and as a graduate consultant in partnership with UNDP. Following her graduation from Princeton, she accepted an analyst position in The Hague at the International Criminal Court.