Sebastian Haug


Sebastian Haug is a Graduate Research Fellow and PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge where his research investigates the positions and roles of Mexico and Turkey in global development politics. Prior to moving to Cambridge, Sebastian worked with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in China and then in Mexico where he was in charge of UNDP’s South-South cooperation and strategic partnerships portfolios. Recently, Sebastian has held visiting positions at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University, the Istanbul Policy Centre and the College of Mexico. A former Mercator Fellow on International Affairs, Sebastian is the recipient of a Vice-Chancellor’s Award from the University of Cambridge and holds a Master of Science from the University of Oxford.