2013 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2013 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

E. Scott Adler (Spring 1989)
• co-wrote Congress and the Politics of Problem Solving, Cambridge University Press, January 14, 2013

David Andersen (Fall 1995)
• wrote “The Missing Choice” (in response to the Syrian chemical weapons attack), Huntington News op-ed, September 3, 2013
• interviewed on Syria, US and Obama, KXTV News10 Sacramento, CA, September 10, 2013
• wrote “The Nobel Peace Prize From Kissinger to Obama,” Counterpunch, October 09, 2013

Erin Blankenship (Spring 2006)
• wrote Afghanistan Contested Spaces Briefing Paper, Oxfam America Briefing Paper, October 2013

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• interviewed on “The cost of dismantling chemical weapons in Syria,” Marketplace, September 11, 2013
wrote “Atomic Kingdom? Not So Fast…” WMD Junction, November 15, 2013

Nate Cohn (Fall 2010)
• wrote chapter on demographics, “America’s Evolving Electorate,” in Barack Obama and the New America: The 2012 Election and the Changing Face of Politics Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, January 16, 2013
• wrote “Americans Are Asleep on the Sequester. The GOP Better Hope They Don’t Wake Up”. The New Republic, February 26, 2013
• wrote “Could North Korea Nuke Washington?” The New Republic, March 8, 2013
• wrote “Not Everyone Loves the NSA’s Snooping,” New Republic, June 11, 2013
• wrote “This One Chart Shows How GOP Support for Striking Syria Collapsed,” The New Republic, September 9, 2013

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011)
• wrote “N. Korea Launch Spurs Talk of New Policy,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• wrote “Prospects for Iran-IAEA Deal Fluctuate,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• wrote “Global Partnership Revamped in 2012,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• wrote Options for a Diplomatic Solution to the Iranian Nuclear Challenge, Arms Control Association Iran Nuclear Brief, January 9, 2013
• contributed to Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle Arms Control Association Briefing Book, February 2013
• wrote “Nuclear North Korea: the View from Seoul,” Arms Control NOW blog, February 20, 2013
• co-wrote “A First Look at the February 2013 IAEA Report on Iran,” Arms Control NOW blog, February 21, 2013
• quoted in “Ahead of March Iran Talks, U.S. Urged to Back Possible Israeli Strike,” Inter Press Service, February 28, 2013
• wrote “EU Urges Middle East Meeting in 2013,” Arms Control Today, March 2013
• wrote “North Korea Conducts Nuclear Test,” Arms Control Today, March 2013
• wrote “P5+1 Revises Proposal Ahead of New Talks,” Arms Control Today, March 2013
• wrote “UN Imposes New Sanctions on N. Korea,” Arms Control Today, April 2013
• wrote “Amano Endorsed for Second IAEA Term,” Arms Control Today,  April 2013
• wrote “Amano Reports No Progress on Iran,” Arms Control Today, April 2013
• co-wrote Chronology of U.S.-North Korean Nuclear and Missile Diplomacy Arms Control Association, April 23, 2013
• co-wrote Assessing Progress on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament: 2010-2013 Report Card Updated ACA Report, April 25, 2013
• wrote “North Korea Sets Conditions for Talks,” Arms Control Today,  May 2013
• wrote “P5+1 Package Seeks Transparency in Iran,” Arms Control Today, May 2013
• wrote “U.S. Cites Evidence of Syrian Sarin Use,” Arms Control Today, May 2013
• co-wrote “Cliff Notes on the May 2013 IAEA Report on Iran,” Arms Control Now blog, May 22, 2013
• wrote “U.S. Considers More Sanctions on Iran,” Arms Control Today, June 2013
• wrote “U.S., Canada Boycott Disarmament Forum,” Arms Control Today, June 2013
• wrote “Park Lays Out Korean Trust-Building Plan,” Arms Control Today, June 2013
• co-wrote “The future of nuclear security,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June 24, 2013
• co-wrote Nuclear Security Summit: Progress Report Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security Report, July 2013
• co-wrote “U.S. Says Chemical Weapons Used in Syria,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2013
• wrote “‘More Active’ Talks Needed, Rouhani Says,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2013
• wrote “U.S. Seeking Unity for N. Korea Talks,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2013
• co-wrote “The August IAEA Report on Iran: Key Takeaways,” Arms Control NOW blog, August 28, 2013
• wrote “Israel Back on Agenda of IAEA Conference,” Arms Control Today, September 2013
• wrote “N. Korea Continues to Evade Sanctions,” Arms Control Today, September 2013
• wrote “Rouhani Wants ‘Serious’ Nuclear Talks,” Arms Control Today, September 2013
• wrote “U.S. Says Nuclear Security Work Remains,” Arms Control Today, September 2013
• contributed to Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle Arms Control Association Briefing Book, September 2013
• co-wrote “A Nuclear Deal With Iran Is Within Reach, If Congress Plays Its Part,” Roll Call Commentary, September 27, 2013
• wrote “Iran, U.S. Push Nuclear Diplomacy,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• wrote “IAEA Members Reject Israel Resolution,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• wrote “Myanmar Signs Agreement With IAEA,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• wrote “Images Signal N. Korean Reactor Restart,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• wrote “Pakistan to Focus on Short-Range Missiles,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• wrote “Despite Israeli Doubts, Serious Diplomacy Is the Best Option for Iran,” Arms Control NOW blog, October 1, 2013
• wrote “U.S. needs to get real over Iran nuclear talks,” CNN op-ed, October 21, 2013
• wrote ” IAEA and Iran Engaged in “Substantive” Talks,” Arms Control NOW blog, October 29, 2013
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Hold ‘Substantive’ Talks,” Arms Control Today, November 2013
• wrote “No Date Set for Middle East Zone Meeting,” Arms Control Today, November 2013
• wrote “N. Korea Lays Out Conditions for Talks,” Arms Control Today, November 2013
• wrote “Going Nowhere Fast: Iran’s Arak Reactor,” Arms Control NOW blog, November 15, 2013
• wrote “An Iran nuclear deal is a win for U.S.,” Reuters, November 19, 2013
• co-interviewed “Securing the 2014 Summit: An Interview With Dutch Nuclear Security Summit ‘Sherpa’ Piet de Klerk,” Arms Control Today, December 2013
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Sign Nuclear Agreement,” Arms Control Today, December 2013
• wrote “Iran, IAEA Sign Framework Agreement,” Arms Control Today, December 2013

Philippe de Koning (Fall 2011)
• co-wrote “The Land of the Sinking Sun: Is Japan’s military weakness putting America in danger?” Foreign Policy, July 30, 2013
• co-wrote “The United States, China, and Nuclear Arms Control: Time for a Creative Spark,”  CSIS Pacific Forum PacNet #63, August 8, 2013

Molly Clark Dunigan (Fall 2002)
• co-wrote Counterinsurgency Scorecard: Afghanistan in Early 2013 Relative to Insurgencies Since World War II RAND Corporation, 2013
• wrote “A lesson from Iraq war: How to outsource war to private contractors,” Christian Science Monitor, March 19, 2013

Kate Edelen (Fall 2013)
• wrote “Aging water infrastructure in need of smarter solutions,” The Hill, November 5, 2013
• wrote “Water troubles and community-level solutions,” The Hill Congress Blog, November 5, 2013
• wrote “Resource mismanagement and Syria’s civil war,” Washington Times, November 27, 2013

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote “Croatia on the Brink,” www.johnfeffer.com January 3, 2013
• wrote “Taming the Wild East,” www.johnfeffer.com January 7, 2013
• wrote “Serbia’s Strategic Ambiguity and the EU,” www.johnfeffer.com January 14, 2013
• wrote “Human Rights in Serbia,” www.johnfeffer.com January 30, 2013
• wrote “The Two Europes,” www.johnfeffer.com February 4, 2013
• wrote “The Real North Korea,” Korean Quarterly, Spring 2013
• wrote “Infantalizing North Korea,” www.johnfeffer.com May 10, 2013
• wrote “We Were So Close to Preventing Genocide,” www.johnfeffer.com June 12, 2013
• wrote “Competitive Suffering (North Korea’s Prison Camps),” Forign Policy In Focus, July 8, 2013
• wrote “Collapsism” (North Korea and Cuba), Foreign Policy In Focus, October 16, 2013
• wrote “NSA and TMI: A modest proposal for how to spy more effectively,” Foreign Policy In Focus, October 30, 2013
• wrote “Running Off to War,” Forign Policy In Focus, November 20, 2013
• wrote “U.S. Still Playing Catch-up in Asia,” Inter Press Service, December 10, 2013

Robert Golan-Vilella (Fall 2010)
• wrote “A Decade of War, Forgotten,” The National Interest, January 7, 2013
• wrote “Drone Strikes and Congressional Power,” The National Interest, January 9, 2013
• wrote “Drones and Congressional Power (II)” The National Interest, January 14, 2013
• wrote “Inaugurations and Speaking to History,” The National Interest, January 18, 2013
• wrote “Rand Paul’s Foreign-Policy Mad Libs,” The National Interest, January 24, 2013
• wrote “U.S. Leaders: ‘We Are Number One’” The National Interest, January 28, 2013
• wrote “The Dumbest Argument against Hagel,” The National Interest, January 30, 2013
• wrote “How Not to Make a Point,” The National Interest, February 8, 2013
• wrote “Drones and Double Standards,” The National Interest, February 11, 2013
• wrote “North Korea Is Irrelevant to Size of U.S. Nuclear Arsenal,” The National Interest, February 13, 2013
• wrote “A Subtle Shift at Foggy Bottom,” The National Interest, February 21, 2011
• wrote “The Meaning of the Hagel Fight,” The National Interest, February 26, 2013
• wrote “The Results of Threat Inflation,” The National Interest, March 1, 2013
• wrote “The Four Horsemen Ride Again,” The National Interest, March 6, 2013
• wrote “Drone Policy after the Filibuster,” The National Interest, March 8, 2013
• wrote “John Yoo’s Tortured Logic on Iraq,” The National Interest, March 20, 2013
• wrote “Iraq and Moral Imagination,” The National Interest, March 22, 2013
• wrote “So Kim Jong-un Walks Into a Bar . . .,” The National Interest, April 11, 2013
• wrote “The Bay of Pigs and Its Consequences,” The National Interest, April 17, 2013
• wrote “‘Neo-Isolationist’ Is a Useless Label,” The National Interest, April 23, 2013
• wrote “The ‘Isolationist’ Drone Warriors,” The National Interest, April 30, 2013
• wrote “The Onion Goes to War,” The National Interest, May 1, 2013
• wrote “Iran and Obama’s Threat Calculus,” The National Interest, May 9, 2013
• wrote “What Closing Guantánamo Means,” The National Interest, May 16, 2013
• wrote “An Ugly Smear of Jeremy Scahill,” The National Interest, May 17, 2013
• wrote “Obama’s Second-Term Team: Divided by Design?,” The National Interest, June 5, 2013
• wrote “Security, Liberty and the Forever War,” The National Interest, June 13, 2013
• wrote “What Closing Guantánamo Means (II),” The National Interest, June 18, 2013
• wrote “The Strangelove Caucus,” The National Interest, June 21, 2013
• wrote “On the Plain Meaning of Words,” The National Interest, July 10, 2013
• wrote “Reflexive Hawkishness 2014,” The National Interest, July 17, 2013
• wrote “Congress and NSA Secrecy,” The National Interest, July 18, 2013
• wrote “Who Are We at War With? The Answer Is Classified,” The National Interest, July 24, 2013
• wrote “Our Restrained Great Powers,” The National Interest,, August 16, 2013
• wrote “Washington’s Strange Strategy-Review Ritual,” The National Interest, August 25, 2013
• wrote “UK Review Doubts Trident Alternatives,” Arms Control Today, September 2013
• wrote “Time to Narrow the AUMF,” The National Interest, September 18, 2013
• wrote  “The Future of Executive War Powers,” The National Interest, October 11, 2013
• wrote “Good and Bad Reasons to Cut Defense,” The National Interest, November 10, 2013
• wrote “‘Option C’ and Other Gimmicks,” The National Interest, November 18, 2013
• wrote “Andrew Jackson Lives! America’s Foreign-Policy Populism,” The National Interest, December 5, 2013
• wrote “Hillary Clinton’s Afghanistan Problem,” The National Interest, December 17, 2013
• wrote “Closing Time? The Shifting Politics of Guantánamo,” The National Interest, December 23, 2013

Barb Guy (Fall 1991)
• wrote “Vets suffer while Bush regards his toes,” The Salt Lake Tribune, March 31, 2013

Homa Hassan (Spring 2013)
• wrote “Syria, Mali – Any Other Takers?” Democracy Arsenal blog, March 1, 2013
• wrote “Graham’s Green Light to Israel’s Red Line on Iran,” Democracy Arsenal blog, March 22, 2013
• provided research to “Security in the 21st Century: What Role for Nukes?” NSN Daily, June 19, 2013
• provided research to “Navigating the Crisis in Egypt” NSN Daily, July 29, 2013
• wrote “Chemical weapons or not, more arms in Syria fan the flames,” Democracy Arsenal blog, July 30, 2013
• co-wrote “Syria and the Limits of ‘Responsibility to Protect’,” U.S.News & World Report, August 27, 2013
• provided research to “Special Update: Updating Key Questions on Syria Debate,” The War Room, September 9, 2013
• wrote “After Geneva Talks A Consensus on Moving Forward,” Democracy Arsenal, October 16, 2013
• compiled Iran’s Nuclear Program: Recommendations National Security Network, November 2013

Taylor Jo Isenberg (Fall 2010)
wrote “Government as a Force for Good,” New York Times, March 6, 2013

Elise Keppler (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Unfinished business in Sierra Leone – justice must be done,” Public Servuce Europe, June, 20 2013
• quoted in  “Sudan President Bashir’s Nigeria visit causes anger,” BBC News Africa, July 15, 2013
• wrote “Sudan: Bashir’s Hasty Departure – Did He Feel the Heat?” allAfrica, July 22, 2013
• quoted in “Arms dealer ‘expelled’ from Sierra Leone amid pending legal case,” Washington Post, August 5, 2013
• quoted in “Charles Taylor to hear judgment in appeal against Sierra Leone atrocities conviction,” Washington Post, September 25, 2013

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• wrote “Mine Policy Review Near End, U.S. Says,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• wrote “Obama’s Second Chance” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• quoted in “How Did Iranian Bullets Wind Up in Africa?” The Atlantic, January 21, 2013
• contributed to  Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle Arms Control Association Briefing Book, February 2013
• quoted in “Analysis: Diplomatic Window Closing on Iran,” New York Times, February 4, 2013
• quoted in “Obama to Renew Drive for Cuts in Nuclear Arms,” New York Times, February 10, 2013
• co-wrote “Defying Global Taboo, North Korea Conducts 3rd Nuclear Blast,” Arms Control NOW blog, February 12, 2013
• “Shifting Tactics in Talks With Tehran,” interview with Council on Foreign Relations, March 1, 2013
• wrote “North Korea’s Nuclear Wake-Up Shot,” Arms Control Today, March 2013
• co-wrote “Nuclear-Arms Budgetary Realities,” Wall Street Journal letter to the editor, March 26, 2013
• quoted in “UN Arms Treaty Stalled,” Voice of America News, March 28, 2013
• wrote  “Time to Move Forward on the Test Ban Treaty,” Arms Control Today, April 2013
• co-wrote Chronology of U.S.-North Korean Nuclear and Missile Diplomacy Arms Control Association, April 23, 2013
• wrote “Toward Deeper Nuclear Cuts,” Arms Control Today, May 2013
• co-wrote “Cliff Notes on the May 2013 IAEA Report on Iran,” Arms Control Now blog, May 22, 2013
• wrote “How to Break the Deadlock on Missile Defense,” The Moscow Times, May 27, 2013
• wrote “Missile Defense Détente?” Arms Control Today, June 2013
• wrote “US signature needed to advance global arms trade treaty,” The Hill’s Global Affairs, June 3, 2013
• cited in “Cold War Turning Point: Fifty Years On,” PBS NewsHour, June 10, 2013
• wrote  “Statement on President Obama’s June 19 Address in Berlin on Eliminating Nuclear Weapons Threats,” Arms Control Association, June 19, 2013
• wrote “Death by Cuts to a Thousand: Obama’s plan to reduce nuclear weapons does too little and will take too long,” Foreign Policy, June 20, 2013
• wrote “Obama’s Nuclear Challenge,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2013
• wrote “67 States Sign Arms Trade Treaty,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2013
• co-wrote “Obama Calls for Deeper Nuclear Cuts,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2013
• quoted in “Next US-Russia Arms Talks Could Involve Short-Range Nuclear Weapons,” Voice of America, July 2, 2013
• wrote “Hitting the Re-START Button,” The Moscow Times, July 3, 2013
• cited in “Obama: Don’t Cancel the Moscow Trip,” The Nation, July 19, 2013
• quoted in “Iran’s new president puts Obama in a quandary,” Al Jazeera, August 4, 2013
• quoted in “Ties Fraying, Obama Drops Putin Meeting,” New York Times, August 7, 2013
• quoted in “White House Muted on Alleged Syrian Chemical Atrocity,” Time, August 22, 2013
• quoted in “Critics decry US cluster bomb sales to Saudi,” Al Jazeera, August 24, 2013
• co-wrote “The August IAEA Report on Iran: Key Takeaways,” Arms Control NOW blog, August 28, 2013
• wrote “Will Attacking Syria Prevent More Chemical Weapons Attacks?” Defense One, August 29, 2013
• quoted in “Even after 100,000 deaths in Syria, chemical weapons attack evoked visceral response,” Washington Post, August 31, 2013
• wrote “Time to Solve the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle,” Arms Control Today, September 2013
• contributed to Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle Arms Control Association Briefing Book, September 2013
• co-wrote “How to secure Syria’s chemical weapons,” Christian Science Monitor op-ed, September 11, 2013
• quoted in “Destroying Syria’s Chemical Stockpiles a Costly, Lengthy Process,” Voice of America, September 12, 2013
• guest on C-SPAN Washington Journal to discuss Russian Proposal on Syrian Chemical Weapons, September 15, 2013
• co-wrote “Keep Cutting Nukes,” Foreign Policy, September 19, 2013
• co-wrote “Putin’s Credibility on the Line With Syria Plan,” The Moscow Times, September 22, 2013
• co-wrote “US signature on Arms Trade Treaty will help end wars and protect civilians,” Christian Science Monitor opinion, September 27, 2013
• wrote “Syria Plan Is Difficult but Doable,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• wrote “Foreign Ministers Urge Action on CTBT,” Arms Control Today, October 2013
• interviewed on “Air Force general in charge of nuclear weapons removed for lack of trust: defense officials,” NBC News, October 11, 2013
• quoted in “Iran opens nuclear talks with proposals to end ‘unnecessary crisis’ over its atomic program,” Washington Post, October 15, 2013
• wrote “A Nuclear Deal With Iran,” Arms Control Today, November 2013
• quoted in “Talks With Iran Fail to Produce a Nuclear Agreement,” New York Times, November 9, 2013
• interviewed on “Can the US Salvage a Deal with Iran?” To The Point, November 12, 2013
• wrote “After the First-Phase Deal With Iran,” Arms Control Today, December 2013
• interviewed on “Members Of Congress Signal Unhappiness With Iran Deal,” NPR’s Morning Edition, November 26, 2013
• presented “Updating Nonproliferation Criteria for U.S. Nuclear Trade,” Prepared Comments for Nonproliferation Policy Education Center Forum, December 11, 2013
• quoted in “US Lawmakers Debate Increased Iran Sanctions,” Voice of America, December 13, 201
• wrote “The Humanitarian Obligation to Achieve Nuclear Disarmament,” Hiroshima Report Blog, December 26, 2013

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• wrote “In Defe nse of the Defense: The Continuing Political Value of ‘Denial of Enemy Aims’,” Air & Space Power Journal, January–February 2013

Chris Lindborg (Spring 1997)
• wrote “Iran Meets with IAEA Representatives Again,” This Week – from BASIC, January 14, 2013
• wrote “Chuck Hagel, North Korea and Russia,” BASIC News, February 4, 2013
• wrote “Unjamming the FM(C)T,” BASIC Report on Expert Roundtable in Ottawa, March 8, 2013
• wrote “Implications of President Obama’s speech in Berlin and nuclear strategy review,” BASIC News, June 21, 2013
• wrote “This Week: Iran, the United States, Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, at the United Nations,” BASIC News, September 23, 2013
• wrote “This Week — P5+1 and Iran: finding common ground?” BASIC News, November 4, 2013
• wrote “Nuclear Diplomacy in 2014,” BASIC News, December 16, 2013

Krista Nelson (Spring 2003)
• wrote “Syria Insta-Symposium: The Significance of Chemical Weapons Use Under International Law,” Opinio Juris, September 6, 2013

Que Newbill (Fall 2012)
• wrote “Parliamentary Elections in Jordan – Change or More of the Same?”
Muftah, January 21, 2013
• wrote “Jordan’s Forgotten Youth Problem,” Diplomatic Courier, March 19, 2013

Andrew Prosser (Spring 2004)
• “Much Ado About Nothing? A Tale of Status Ambitions and the Iran Nuclear Puzzle”. Paper presented at the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, San Francisco, April 3-6, 2013

Cassidy Regan (Spring 2011)
• wrote “Speaking Out Against U.S. Militarism in Africa,” 2C blog, January 28, 2013
• wrote “President Obama’s Message to the People of Kenya,” 2C blog, February 8, 2013
• wrote “We Will Make a Difference,” 2C blog, February 28, 2013
• wrote “Prevention in Action: Kenya Election Update,” 2C blog, March 5, 2013
• wrote “Success! Senate Resolution on Kenya,” 2C blog, March 27, 2013
• wrote “Making History: U.N. Adopts an Arms Trade Treaty,” 2C blog, April 4, 2013
• co-wrote “Aid Gone Awry in Africa,” U.S.News & World Report, June 19, 2013

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• wrote “The Fiscal Cliff Deal and Nuclear Reductions,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 3, 2013
• wrote “Nuclear Myths (and Realities),” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January 15, 2013
• wrote “Dr. King Had a Dream, But Not the One Air Force Global Strike Command Thinks He Had,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 22, 2013
• wrote “Atomic Bond,” Foreign Policy, January 30, 2013
• wrote “Does Missile Defense Work?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, February 8, 2013
• wrote “The Banality of Unilateral Nuclear Cuts,” Time, February 15, 2013
• discussed the cost effectiveness of the US missile defense system, Scott Horton radio show, February 19, 2013
• wrote “Washington Post Editorial Board Gets It Wrong on Nuclear Reductions,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 20, 2013
• quoted in “Obama Can Skirt GOP With Executive Action on Arms Control, Missile Defense,” Global Security Newswire, February 25, 2013
• wrote “Putting a Corker in Hofe-Baked Nuclear Straw Men,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 27, 2013
• wrote “Nuclear Weapons Cuts Will Make the United States Safer,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March 6, 2013
• wrote “Hodgepodge: New Info on Interim Plutonium Strategy,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 6, 2013
• wrote “The Missile Defense Announcement,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 16, 2013
• wrote “Key Nuclear Weapons and Related Amendments to the FY 2014 Senate Budget Resolution,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 28, 2013
• wrote “Nuclear weapons cuts will make the United States safer,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 7, 2013
• wrote “Budget Day Preview: NNSA weapons programs to get further increase; nonpro programs to be cut,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 9, 2013
• wrote “Early Budget Analysis: GTRI cut; big increase for nuclear weapons,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 10, 2013
• wrote “Could a nuclear-armed Iran be contained?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, April 18, 2013
• wrote “Budget Busting SSBN(X) Style,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 13, 2013
• wrote “HASC preparing to go wild,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 16, 2013
• co-wrote “U.S. Delay on Anti-Nuclear Terror Measures Hinders Global Efforts,” World Politics Review, May 17, 2013
• wrote “It’s smart to scale back nuclear weapons spending,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May 21, 2013
• wrote “House Passes Anti-Nuclear Terror Legislation (Again), Ball in Senate’s Court (Again),” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 26, 2013
• wrote “Key GOP Senator agitated by cost explosion of nuclear weapons enterprise,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 31, 2013
• wrote “Jersey Shore 2.0: An East Coast Missile-Defense Site,” Time, June 4, 2013
• quoted in “HASC Green-Lights East Coast Missile Shield,” DefenseNews, June 6, 2013
• wrote “Summary of House Floor Amendments to the FY 2014 NDAA,” Nukes of Hazard blog, June 17, 2013
• wrote “Just when you thought NNSA couldnt ask for more money, they ask for even more,” Nukes of Hazard blog, June 18, 2013
• wrote “What Obama should say on nuclear weapons,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June 18, 2013
• wrote “Obama in Berlin,” Nukes of Hazard blog, June 24, 2013
• wrote “Sen. Sessions Gives Away the Game on Nuclear Reductions,” Nukes of Hazard blog, July 3, 2013
• wrote “‘3+2’ for Freedom,” Nukes of Hazard blog, July 11, 2013
• wrote “House floor action on the FY 2014 Energy and Water Appropriations bill,” Nukes of Hazard blog, July 11, 2013
• co-wrote “The B61 Life Extension Program,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation fact sheet, July 11, 2013
• wrote “What Ash Carter Gets Wrong about Nuclear Weapons Spending,” Defense One, July 24, 2013
• wrote “House floor action on the FY 2014 Defense Appropriations bill,” Nukes of Hazard blog, July 25, 2013
• wrote “Senate Defense Appropriators Slash DoD Request for Budget Busting B61 Bomb,” Nukes of Hazard blog, August 1, 2013
• wrote “Don’t blame Moscow,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, August 5, 2013
• wrote “Blown Opportunity: The Folly of Exempting Nuclear Weapons from Sequestration,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Analysis, August 14, 2013
• wrote “New START and Nuclear Modernization Funding,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation fact sheet, August 22, 2013
• wrote “Jersey Shore Update,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 14, 2013
• wrote “Would the United States ever actually use nuclear weapons?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September 17, 2013
• wrote “The U.S.-Russia Deal on Syria Really Does Make Sense,” Wall Street Journal letter to the editor, September 23, 2013
• wrote “Navy Tries a Budget Sleight-of-Hand to Pay for Ballistic Missile Submarines,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, September 24, 2013
• wrote “Pentagon pushes for billions to refurbish nuclear bombs,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, October 25, 2013
• wrote “Sen. Feinstein on nuclear strategy, the “3+2″ strategy, B61 LEP, and more,” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 18, 2013
• wrote “Making a nuclear deal with Iran,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 20, 2013
• wrote “Gut reactions to the first step Iran deal,” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 24, 2013
• co-wrote Non-Treaty Cuts to the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation report, November 26, 2013
• interviewed on “Potential ‘dirty bomb’ material stolen,” CNN The Situation Room, December 4, 2013
• quoted in “Rep. Hunter: US Should Use Tactical Nukes on Iran if Strikes Become Necessary,” Defense News, December 4, 2013
• quoted in “Compromise Bill Limits Restrictions on Nuclear Arms Control Efforts,” Global Security Newswire, December 12, 2013
• co-wrote “Analysis of the FY 2014 National Defense Authorization Bill, H.R. 3304,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, December 17, 2013

Ariana Rowberry (Fall 2013)
• co-wrote “Keeping Nuclear and Chemical Weapons Inspections in Perspective,” Brookings Institution Up Front blog, November 26, 2013
• wrote “CW Destruction and the Field Deployable Hydrolysis System,” Arms Control Wonk, December 18, 2013
• wrote “Sixty Years of “Atoms for Peace” and Iran’s Nuclear Program,” Brookings Institution Up Front blog, December 18, 2013

Usha Sahay (Fall 2012)
• co-wrote “Sen. Robert Menendez Can Help Solve Iran Impasse,” Star-Ledger (New Jersey), January 10, 2013
• updated “Fact Sheet: Iran’s Nuclear and Ballistic Missile rograms,”  Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, January 2013
• wrote “Iran Sanctions and the Big Picture: A Closer Look at a New Report,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 24, 2013
• provided assistance to “To Cut Wasteful Spending, Start With Nuclear Weapons,” Huffington Post blog, February 5, 2013
• co-wrote “Optimistic in Almaty? How to Move the Iran Impasse,” LobeLog, February  8, 2013
• wrote “Obama Nuclear Arms Reduction Plan Picks Up Where Reagan and Bush Left Off,” Policy Mic blog, February 14, 2013
• co-wrote “Bringing the Troops Home, But Not Soon Enough,” The Hill’s Congress Blog February 14, 2013
• co-wrote  “North Korea’s Third Nuclear Test: What Now?” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 20, 2013
• wrote “Beyond March Madness: The Nuclear Weapons Budget after Sequestration,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 4, 2013
• wrote “Intel Chief’s Iran Assessment: No Weapons Program Yet,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 15, 2013
• co-wrote “The End of Endless War?” Huffington Post, March 19, 2013
• wrote “A Tale of Two Outliers: Comparing Options on Iran and North Korea,” Lobe Log, April 22, 2013
• wrote “In Afghanistan, Money Can’t Buy Us Love (Or Much of Anything Else),” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 2, 2013
• wrote “Don’t waste money upgrading obsolete nukes,” DailyRecord.com, May 16, 2013
• wrote “Congress Plans Tough New Sanctions Amidst Widespread Skepticism,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, May 21, 2013
• co-wrote “Are Sanctions on Iran Working?” A Report by the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, June 3, 2013
• wrote “More Sanctions, More Problems,” LobeLog, June 5, 2013
• co-wrote “The Best-Laid Iran Plans,” The National Interest, June 12, 2013
• co-wrote “Upgrading B61 nuclear bomb doesn’t make sense,” Knoxville News Sentinel, June 22, 2013
• co-wrote “The B61 Life Extension Program,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation fact sheet, July 11, 2013
• wrote “On Iran, Two Steps Forward – And One Step Back?” Nukes of Hazard blog, July 31, 2013
• co-wrote “Time to take U.S. out of the Afghanistan equation,” News & Observer, August 16, 2013
• wrote “Syria, Signaling, and Operation Infinite Reach,” War on the Rocks, September 5, 2013
• wrote “Weekend Reading: October 18,” War on the Rocks, October 18, 2013
• wrote “Weekend Reading: Halloween Edition,” War on the Rocks, November 1, 2013
• wrote “Iran, United States Finally Learning to Talk,” The National Interest, November 4, 2013
• wrote “Weekend Reading: November 15,” War on the Rocks, November 15, 2013
• co-wrote Non-Treaty Cuts to the U.S. Nuclear Stockpile Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation report, November 26, 2013
• wrote “Weekend Reading: Thanksgiving Edition,” War on the Rocks, November 29, 2013
• co-updated “Fact Sheet: Iran’s Nuclear and Ballistic Missile Programs,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, December 2013
• wrote “Weekend Reading: Friday the 13th Edition,” War on the Rocks, December 13, 2013
• wrote “Weekend Reading: December 27,”  War on the Rocks, December 27, 2013

Salome Samadashvili (Fall 1997)
• wrote “What next after the EU’s Vilnius summit?” euobserver.com, November 27, 2013
• wrote “Race Against Time-Democratic Future of Ukraine,” EurActiv.com, December 17, 2013

Javier Serrat (Spring 2011)
• wrote “Judgment at Luxembourg: Will Iran Forgo a Negotiated Outcome?” Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East blog, March 2013
• wrote “Iran’s Legal Challenge to Sanctions: Another Hurdle for Talks?” RUSI Analysis, April 3, 2013

Travis Sharp (Fall 2006)
• wrote “Placebo: The 2014 Defense Budget and DOD’s Credibility Challenges,” Center for a New American Security, April 10, 2013
• quoted in “Pentagon’s Proposed Budget About Aame As Last Year,” Washington Post, April 10, 2013

Jerome Simons (Fall 2011)
contributed to NRDC Global Nuclear Reactor Database, April 10, 2013

Mark Sternman (Fall 1992)
• wrote “With his own watchful eye, Santa needs no military transport,” Boston Globe letter to the editor, December 6, 2013

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• quoted in “Chemical Overreaction,” Executive Magazine, January 10, 2013
• co-wrote “UN Committee Criticizes Obama Administration’s Use of Child Soldiers’ Waivers,” Stimson Center Spotlight, February 14, 2013
• co-wrote “Arming the Syrians Continues To Be a Bad Idea,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, March 12, 2013
• wrote “Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations Set to Resume at United Nations,” Stimson Center Spotlight, March 18, 2013
• wrote “Tell the Truth About the Arms Treaty,” New York Times op-ed, April 11, 2013
• quoted in “Military Use of Unmanned Aircraft Undeterred by Drone Backlash,” National Defense, April 25, 2013
• wrote “Arms Twisting: Why won’t Obama sign his own weapons treaty next week?” Foreign Policy, May 30, 2013
• co-wrote “Unarmed Drones Can Strengthen US And African Security,” International Business Times, July 16 2013
• co-wrote “Killing Lions, Buying Bombs,” New York Times op-ed, August 9, 2013
• interviewed on “US signs global arms treaty, joining more than 90 nations in deal to stem weapons trade,” Free Speech Radio News, September 25, 2013
• co-wrote “US signature on Arms Trade Treaty will help end wars and protect civilians,” Christian Science Monitor opinion, September 27, 2013
• co-wrote  “The Other Side of Drones: Saving Wildlife in Africa and Managing Global Crime,” Conflict Trends, October 2013
• quoted in “UN-Initiative UNSCAR: Helping Smaller Nations Implement the Arms Trade Treaty,” Huffington Post, October 7, 2013

Marcus Taylor (Fall 2012)
• wrote “Law Cuts U.S. Ties to Russian Arms Firm,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• wrote “MDA Interceptor Flies Successfully,” Arms Control Today, March 2013
• wrote “New Spending Law Raises Nuclear Funding,” Arms Control Today, April 2013
• co-wrote Assessing Progress on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament: 2010-2013 Report Card Updated ACA Report, April 25, 2013
• co-wrote “Key Senator Questions Plans for B61 Bomb,” Arms Control Today, May 2013
• co-wrote “Pentagon Sees China Progressing on SLBM,” Arms Control Today, June 2013
• provided research support for Nuclear Security Summit: Progress Report Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security Report, July 2013

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• co-wrote “Time to Stop Reprocessing in Japan,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2013
• interviewed in “Better Understanding North Korea: Q&A with Seven East Asian Experts, Part 2,” FAS Strategic Security Blog, April 17, 2013
• quoted in “Local, foreign high school students come together in Monterey to talk nuclear disarmament,” San Jose Mercury News, April 22, 2013

Sarah Williams (Fall 2010)
• co-wrote “The future of nuclear security,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June 24, 2013
• co-wrote Nuclear Security Summit: Progress Report Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security Report, July 2013
• wrote “Voluntary regimes can advance nuclear security,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 8, 2013

Hisham Zerriffi (Fall 1995)
• co-wrote “Is Fairtrade certification greening agricultural practices? An analysis of Fairtrade environmental standards in Rwanda,” Journal of Rural Studies, Volume 32, October 1, 2013