Jodok Troy is a researcher, lecturer and project manager from Austria, working and teaching at the University of Innsbruck and the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna. He held a research fellowship at the Center for Peace and Security Studies at Georgetown University, and has been an affiliate scholar of the Swedish National Defence College. His International Relations research focuses on religion, ethics, the English School, and classical Realism. He is the author of Christian Approaches to International Affairs and various editions and journal articles. His articles appeared in Politics, Religion & Ideology, Diplomacy & Statecraft, Democratization, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, and others. At Stanford he is working on a project (FWF J3906-G16) of international moral leadership, looking in particular at the cases of the Pope and the United Nations Secretary General.