2014 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2014 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

E. Scott Adler (Spring 1989)
• co-wrote “Campaign mailers can affect voter attitudes, but the effects are strongest early in the campaign and fade rapidly,” London School of Economics American Politics and Policy blog, September 10, 2014
• co-wrote “Congress and the President: Set Your Sights Low,” Roll Call commentary, December 4, 2014

David Andersen-Rodgers (Fall 1995)
• wrote “Getting on the Agenda: The Influence of Local Civil Society Organizations during Pre-Negotiation,” Journal of Global Initiatives, Volume 9, Number 2, 2014

Yurika Ayukawa (Fall 1996)
• wrote “Fukushima – A Status Report,” The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2014, July 29, 2014

Erin Blankenship (Spring 2006)
• wrote “Time to get it right: Humanitarian and development aid to Afghanistan,” OxfamAmerica, February 11, 2014

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• co-wrote “Security Guarantees and Allied Nuclear Proliferation,” Journal of Conflict Resolution April 2014

Jessica Bufford (Spring 2013)
• provided support for 2014 NTI Nuclear Materials Security Index Nuclear Threat Initiative, January 2014
• wrote “Societal Verification: Past and Present,” Center for Strategic and International Studies 2013 Nuclear Scholars Initiative January 2014

Nate Cohn (Fall 2010)
• wrote “Why the Cuba Issue No Longer Cuts Against Democrats in Florida,” The New York Times The Upshot, December 17, 2014

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011)
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Prepare to Implement Deal,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2014
• wrote “New Iran Sanctions Bill Introduced,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2014
• wrote “IAEA: N. Korean Reactor Likely Restarted,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2014
• wrote “Libyan Uranium Stocks Flagged for IAEA,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2014
• co-wrote “Congress Should Not Sabotage Iran Nuclear Deal with Additional Sanctions,” Arms Control Association, January 8, 2014
• wrote “Iran, IAEA Begin Cooperation on Possible Military Dimensions,” Arms Control NOW, February 9, 2014
• co-wrote “Final Phase P5+1/Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Key Issues and Challenges,” Arms Control Now, February 17, 2014
• co-wrote “For nuclear security, good intentions are not enough,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, February 20, 2014
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Agree on Framework for Talks,” Arms Control Today, March 2014
• wrote “Iran to Give IAEA Details on Detonators,” Arms Control Today, March 2014
• wrote “Lag on Nuclear Materials Pact Decried,” Arms Control Today, March 2014
• co-wrote The Nuclear Security Summit: Assessment of Joint Statements Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security Report, March 2014
• wrote “U.S. Set to Co-Sponsor New Nuclear Security Initiative,” Arms Control Today Web Extra, March 14, 2014
• wrote “States Commit to Nuclear Rules at Summit,” Arms Control Today, April 2014
• wrote “UN Report: Enforce N. Korea Sanctions,” Arms Control Today, April 2014
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Hold ‘Constructive’ Talks,” Arms Control Today, April 2014
• wrote “How Congress Can Aid Nuclear Talks With Iran,” LobeLog, April 11, 2014
• wrote “Iran Claims Progress on Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control Today, May 2014
• wrote “N. Korea Warns of New Nuclear Test,” Arms Control Today, May 2014
• wrote “South Korea Tests Longer-Range Missile,” Arms Control Today, May 2014
• wrote “Summit ‘Gift Baskets’ Seen As Key ,” Arms Control Today, May 2014
• wrote “Congress Should Support, Not Sabotage, Nuclear Talks with Iran,” Roll Call commentary, May 14, 2014
• co-wrote “Iran’s Claims About Its Practical Needs for Uranium Enrichment: A Reality Check,” Arms Control Now, May 15, 2014
• wrote “IAEA Reports Progress on Questions About Iran’s Nuclear Program, Compliance with JPoA,” Arms Control Now, May 23, 2014
• wrote “Iran Provides Detonator Details to IAEA,” Arms Control Today, June 2014
• wrote “Saudi Arabia Displays Missiles,” Arms Control Today, June 2014
• wrote “India Tests Ballistic Missile for Subs,” Arms Control Today, June 2014
• wrote “N. Korea Has Nuclear Missile, Expert Says,” Arms Control Today, June 2014
• co-wrote Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle: Toward a Realistic and Effective Comprehensive Nuclear Agreement, Arms Control Association Briefing Book, June 2014
• quoted in “U.S., Iranian negotiators fail to break impasse; nuclear deal looks unlikely by July 20 deadline,” Washington Post, June 11, 2014
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Make Progress on Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2014
• co-wrote “China Seen Nearing Sea-Based Deterrent,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2014
• quoted in “US, Iran trade barbs before nuclear talks finale,” The Daily Star (Lebanon), July 2, 2014
• quoted in “Kerry to bang heads together in Iran nuclear talks,” Agence France-Presse, July 7, 2014
• quoted in “Iran nuclear talks: If Kerry seeks extension, will Congress go along?” Christian Science Monitor, July 15, 2014
• wrote “A View From Vienna on Extending the Iran Negotiations,” Roll Call commentary, July 18, 2014
• quoted in “Iran nuclear talks: gaps remain as deadline approaches,” The Guardian, July 18, 2014
• co-wrote A Win-Win Formula for Defining Iran’s Uranium-Enrichment Capacity Arms Control Association Iran Nuclear Policy Brief, August 28, 2014
• wrote “Profile: State Dept. Targets ‘Generation Prague’,” Arms Control Today, September 2014
• wrote “Senators Push Nonproliferation Budget,” Arms Control Today, September 2014
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Extend Nuclear Talks,” Arms Control Today, September 2014
• wrote “Congress Questions Policy on N. Korea,” Arms Control Today, September 2014
• wrote “IAEA Report Shows Iran’s Nuclear Program Remains Frozen,” Arms Control NOW, September 5, 2014
• co-wrote “As Iran talks resume, it’s time to play ‘Let’s Make a Deal’,” Reuters op-ed, September 18, 2014
• wrote “Myths and Misconceptions: The Right to Enrich,” Arms Control NOW, September 18, 2014
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Talks Are Complicated Enough Without Partisan Senate Pressure,” Arms Control NOW, September 22, 2014
• wrote “IAEA Reports Delay in Iran Probe,” Arms Control Today, October 2014
• wrote “Little Progress Seen in Iran Talks,” Arms Control Today, October 2014
• wrote “Australia, India Sign Uranium Deal,” Arms Control Today, October 2014
• wrote “Resolution on Israel Fails at IAEA,” Arms Control Today, October 2014
• quoted in “Democrats Criticize White House’s Iran Plan,” Foreign Policy, October 21, 2014
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Press for Deal in November,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• wrote “Images Suggest N. Korea Reactor Shutdown,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• co-wrot “Future of Some U.S.-Russia Work in Doubt,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• wrote “One Year Later: IAEA Reports on Iranian Implementation of Interim Agreement,” Arms Control NOW, November 7, 2014
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, Nov. 18,” Arms Control NOW, November 18, 2014
• quoted in “Kerry: Iran nuclear talks aim for an agreement, not an extension of deadline,” Washington Post, November 20, 2014
• wrote “What If There Is No Iran Nuclear Deal,” Defense One, November 25, 2014
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Extend Nuclear Talks,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “North Korea Wants Talks, Russia Says,” Arms Control Today, December 2014

Molly Clark Dunigan (Fall 2002)
• co-wrote “Out of the Shadows, Into the Light: Why Americans Should Care About the Health of Contractors Deploying to Conflict Environments,” The RAND Blog, January 21, 2014
• co-wrote “Out of the Shadows: What We Know About the Well-Being and Experiences of Private Contractors Working in Conflict Environments,” RAND Corporation, May 21, 2014
• wrote “Prince Strikes Back: A Review of Erik Prince’s Civilian Warriors: The Inside Story of Blackwater and the Unsung Heroes of the War on Terror,” Fletcher Security Review, May 22, 2014

Kate Edelen (Fall 2013)
• wrote “This Is One Of Climate Change’s Worst Effects,” Politix, January 16, 2014
• co-wrote “U.S. Foreign Policy Must Focus On Preventing Conflict And Mass Atrocitie1s,” Politix, January 29, 2014
• co-wrote “Cleaning Up Big Oil in Nigeria,” U.S. News and World Report, July 31, 2014
• wrote “Water Wars and Climate Conflict—Do we have more to fear than bad alliterations?” FCNL 2C blog, August 26, 2014
• wrote “Nigeria’s path to peace,” New York Times letter to the editor, August 29, 2014
• wrote “Climate, Conflict and a Pentagon Report,” New York Times letter to the editor, October 16, 2014
• co-wrote Central African Republic Crisis: Managing Natural Resources for Peace, FCNL Shared Security Policy Brief, November 2014
• wrote “Climate and Conflict: Let’s Take Action Now,” FCNL 2C blog, November 12, 2014

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote “Reasons To Be Cheerful,” Foreign Policy In Focus, January 8, 2014
• wrote “Iraq: Revisiting the Pottery Barn Rule,” Foreign Policy In Focus, January 22, 2014
• wrote “Why America’s Strategic Rebalance Is Really Just Retreat,” Huffington Post, January 28, 2014
• wrote “Addressing Nuclear Power,” www.johnfeffer.com February 5, 2014
• wrote “The Scandal of Syria,” Foreign Policy In Focus, February 19, 2014
• wrote “Ukraine: The Clash of Partnerships,” Foreign Policy In Focus, March 5, 2014
• wrote “My Strategic Impatience,” Foreign Policy In Focus, March 14, 2014
• wrote “If I Didn’t Have a Hammer,” Foreign Policy In Focus, March 19, 2014
• wrote “Brown Is the New Black in Russia,” The World Post, March 27, 2014
• wrote “Obama in the Funhouse,” Foreign Policy In Focus, April 30, 2014
• wrote “Breaking the Rules,” Foreign Policy In Focus, May 13, 2014
• wrote “The Three-War Doctrine,” Huffington Post, May 16, 2014
• wrote “Coup Fever,” Foreign Policy In Focus, May 28, 2014
• wrote “Participatory Totalitarianism,” Huffington Post, June 5, 2014
• wrote “Europe’s Populist Reformation,” Huffington Post, June 12, 2014
• wrote “Guys with Guns,” Foreign Policy In Focus, June 18, 2014
• wrote “Disrupting Hillary,” Huffington Post, June 26, 2014
• wrote “Is Japan’s Peace Constitution Dead?” Inter Press Service, July 7 2014
• wrote “Mowing the Lawn in Gaza,” Foreign Policy In Focus, July 16, 2014
• wrote “MH17: Cold War Replay?” Foreign Policy In Focus, July 23, 2014
• wrote “Is Obama Really Adrift in the World?” Foreign Policy In Focus, July 30, 2014
• quoted in “Ukraine Crisis Casts Shadow on U.S.-Russia Relations,” The Progressive, August 7, 2014
• wrote “Obama: Into Africa,” The World Post, August 7, 2014
• wrote “Bombing the Caliphate,” The World Post, August 14, 2014
• wrote “The Plague,” The World Post, August, 28, 2014
• wrote “Divorce, European Style,” The World Post, September 4, 2014
• wrote “The Other Vietnam Syndrome,” Review of Shadow of Arms, Los Angeles Review of Books, September 8, 2014
• wrote “The Cold War Never Died,” The World Post, September 11, 2014
• wrote “The Tao of North Korea,” The World Post, September 18, 2014
• wrote “East Asia: A Farewell to Arms,” The World Post, September 29, 2014
• wrote “Barack Obama and the Will to Fight,” Foreign Policy In Focus,
October 1, 2014
• wrote “Recognizing Palestine,” Foreign Policy In Focus, October 15, 2014
• wrote “NATO: Rebellion in the Ranks?” The World Post, October 30, 2014
• wrote “Korea’s Balloon War,” Foreign Policy In Focus, November 3, 2014
• wrote “The Wall,” The World Post, November 13, 2014
• wrote “The Dance of Superpowers,” The World Post, November 19, 2014
• wrote  “Asia Smiles for the Cameras,” The World Post, November 20, 2014
• wrote “Obama and the Gordian Knot of Politics,” The World Post, November 28, 2014
• wrote“America Held Hostage,” Foreign Policy In Focus, December 10, 2014
• wrote “The Games of Our Lives,” The World Post, December 18,2014
• wrote “Carrots for Cuba, Sticks for North Korea,” The Hankyoreh, December 29, 2014

Robert Golan-Vilella (Fall 2010)
• wrote “The Rand Paul Moment,” The National Interest, January 31, 2014
• wrote “Ukraine Is Not About Us and It’s Not Ours to Lose,” The National Interest, March 7, 2014
• wrote “Bad Idea of the Day: Bomb Syria to Save Ukraine,” The National Interest, April 24, 2014
• wrote “It’s Not All About Iraq,” The National Interest, May 3, 2014
• wrote “Through the Looking Glass on the AUMF,” The National Interest, May 22, 2014
• wrote “Would Air Strikes in Iraq Be Legal?,” The National Interest, June 16, 2014
• wrote “America Doesn’t Need a Foreign-Policy Consensus,” The National Interest, June 19, 2014
• wrote “Iraq, Obama and the Future of War Powers,” The National Interest, August 27, 2014
• wrote “A Tale of Two AUMFs,” The National Interest, September-October 2014
• wrote “Authorization for Use of Military Forever,” The National Interest, September 11, 2014
• wrote “Lindsey Graham: The Avatar of Fear,” The National Interest, September 15, 2014
• wrote “Why the Politics of Fear Will Never Go Away,” The National Interest, October 29, 2014
• wrote “The Current AUMF Debate Is Weird,” The National Interest, November 12, 2014
• wrote “McCain and Graham Play Mad Libs for Hard-Liners on Cuba,” The National Interest, December 18, 2014

Heather Hamilton (Fall 1995)
• wrote “As long as it exists, child marriage will stand in the way of gender equality,” The Guardian, July 22, 2014

Homa Hassan (Spring 2013)
• wrote “Time Running Out for Iran Nuke Negotiations,” UN Dispatch, June 10, 2014
• wrote “The World Cup for Social Progress,” UN Dispatch, June 13, 2014
• wrote “ISIS is Another Example of Saudi Arabia’s Myopic Foreign Policy,” UN Dispatch, July 7, 2014

Taylor Jo Isenberg (Fall 2010)
• guest on “Not Your Father’s Electorate,” Open Mind PBS Channel 13 New York, July 19, 2014

Victoria Johnson (Spring 2005)
• co-wrote “Classroom responses of New Zealand school teachers following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake,” Natural Hazards, June 2014, Volume 72, Issue 2, pp 1075-1092

Gaurav Kampani (Spring 1997)
• wrote “Teaching the Leviathan: Secrecy Ignorance & Nuclear Proliferation,” Presented to the faculty of the graduate school of Cornell University, January 2014
• co-wrote “India and Space Weaponization: Why Space Debris Trumps Kinetic Energy Antisatellite Weapons as the Principal Threat to Satellites,” India Review, Volume 13,  Issue 1, 2014
• wrote “New Delhi’s Long Nuclear Journey: How Secrecy and Institutional Roadblocks Delayed India’s Weaponization,” International Security, Spring 2014

Elise Keppler (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Fair trials promote the rule of law,” New York Times letter to the editor, February 21, 2014
• wrote “Will Obasanjo’s inquiry help end impunity in South Sudan?” The EastAfrican, October 18  2014

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• interviewed on “Unprecedented tech en route to disarm Syria,” The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC, January 2, 2014
• co-wrote “Congress Should Not Sabotage Iran Nuclear Deal with Additional Sanctions,” Arms Control Association, January 8, 2014
• quoted in “U.S. needs modern nuclear deterrent despite high price tag -Hagel,” Reuters, January 9, 2014
• wrote “IAEA Confirms Iran Is Complying with First Phase of Nuclear Deal with World Powers,” Arms Control NOW blog, January 20, 2014
• co-wrote “Bill could scuttle Iran deal,” Baltimore Sun, January 23, 2014
• wrote “Congress should not undermine nuclear diplomacy,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, February 10, 2014
• co-wrote “Final Phase P5+1/Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Key Issues and Challenges,” Arms Control Now, February 17, 2014
• wrote “Mexico Hosts Meeting on Nuclear Effects,” Arms Control Today, March 2014
• wrote “Toward a Final-Phase Deal with Iran,” Inter Press Service op-ed, March 4, 2014
• wrote “Ukraine, Russia, and the NPT,” Arms Control NOW blog, March 8, 2014
• wrote “The Mixed Message of the Senate Letter On the Iran Nuclear Talks,” Arms Control NOW blog, March 18, 2014
• co-interviewed “Advancing the Arms Trade Treaty: An Interview With U.S. ATT Negotiator Thomas Countryman,” Arms Control Today, April 2014
• wrote “Arms Control After the Ukraine Crisis,” Arms Control Today, April 2014
• wrote “Arms Checks Unaffected by Ukraine Crisis,” Arms Control Today, April 2014
• quoted in “Obama Decision on Iranian Envoy Holds Risk for Goals,” Bloomberg News, April 9, 2014
• quoted in “Claims of Chlorine-Filled Bombs Overshadow Progress by Syria on Chemical Weapons,” New York Times, April 22, 2014
• quoted in “U.S. officials say Syria is using remaining chemical weapons stockpile as leverage,” Washington Post, April 30, 2014
• wrote “Keep the Middle East Nuclear Test Free,” Arms Control Today, May 2014
• wrote “Israel Indicates Support for CTBT,” Arms Control Today, May 2014
• quoted in “Nuclear Experts to Meet on Iran This Week,” Associated Press, May 4, 2014
• co-wrote “Iran’s Claims About Its Practical Needs for Uranium Enrichment: A Reality Check,” Arms Control Now, May 15, 2014
• co-wrote “Russia Should Uphold Its INF Treaty Commitments,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, May 23, 2014
• wrote “The Iranian Uranium-Enrichment Challenge,” Arms Control Today, June 2014
• wrote “Russia Undecided on Arms Trade Treaty,” Arms Control Today, June 2014
• co-wrote Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle: Toward a Realistic and Effective Comprehensive Nuclear Agreement, Arms Control Association Briefing Book,  June 2014
• quoted in “Former Envoy Pipes Up in Conservative Chorus of ‘Told You So’ on Iraq,” New York Times, June 18, 2014
• quoted in “Last of Syria’s Known Chemical Arms Are Shipped Abroad for Destruction,” New York Times, June 23, 2014
• wrote “Removal of Syrian Chemical Weapons Arsenal A Breakthrough, Yet There Is More To Be Done,” Arms Control Now, June 23, 2014
• wrote “Assessing a Nuclear Deal With Iran,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2014
• wrote “A Solution for the Iranian Uranium-Enrichment Puzzle,” The National Interest, July 11, 2014
• quoted in “U.S. senators push for tough line in Iran nuclear talks,” Reuters, Jul 14, 2014
• co-wrote “Arms Control Association Calls on Russia to Uphold Its INF Treaty Commitments'” Arms Control Association press release, July 29, 2014
• interviewed on “Does Russian Treaty Violation Pose Military Threat?” Voice of America, July 30, 2014
• wrote “Sixty-Nine Years After Hiroshima, Time for Renewed Action for Nuclear Disarmament and Human Survival,” Arms Control NOW, August 4, 2014
• co-wrote A Win-Win Formula for Defining Iran’s Uranium-Enrichment Capacity Arms Control Association Iran Nuclear Policy Brief, August 28, 2014
• wrote “Bridging the Uranium-Enrichment Gap,” Arms Control Today, September 2014
• quoted in “Syria May Have Hidden Chemical Arms, U.S. Says,” New York Times, September 4, 2014
• co-wrote “Close the door on nuclear dangers,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, September 14, 2014
• interviewed in “Clock Ticking on Iran Nuclear Deal,” Council on Foreign Relations website, September 17, 2014
• co-wrote “As Iran talks resume, it’s time to play ‘Let’s Make a Deal’,” Reuters op-ed, September 18, 2014
• quoted in “U.S. Moves Closer to Compliance With Treaty Banning Land Mines,” Wall Street Journal, September 23, 2014
• wrote “Iran’s Inflexibility on Enrichment a Barrier to Progress on Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control NOW, September 27, 2014
• wrote “A Global Nuclear Weapons Freeze,” Arms Control Today, October 2014
• wrote “U.S. Forswears Landmines Except in Korea,” Arms Control Today, October 2014
• contributed to The Unaffordable Arsenal: Reducing the Costs of the Bloated U.S. Nuclear Stockpile Arms Control Association Report, October 2014
• wrote “A Good Deal in the Making,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• co-interviewed “Arms Control in the Near Term: An Interview With Undersecretary Of State Rose Gottemoeller,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• wrote “Iran needs to yield on enrichment,” The Times of Israel, November 18, 2014
• wrote “What Would a “Good” Iran Nuclear Deal Look Like?” The National Interest, November 19, 2014
• wrote “Make Disarmament a ‘Global Enterprise’,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “CTBTO Conducts Major Field Exercise,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “Understanding the Extension of the Iran Nuclear Talks and the Joint Plan of Action,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, December 23, 2014

Kerry Kraemer (Spring 2013)
• wrote “Elephants: Critical to America’s National Security,” Roll Call commentary, October 1, 2014

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• wrote Shaping U.S. Military Forces for the Asia-Pacific: Lessons from Conflict Management in Past Great Power Eras, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, June 4, 2014

Kristy Kumar (Spring 2014)
• wrote “The Modi Era: Responsibility for Whom?” Truman Doctrine blog, May 23, 2014
• wrote “The Underground Epidemic: U.S. Female Genital Mutilation | Commentary,” Roll Call, June 30, 2014
• wrote “Rape jokes still aren’t funny: Be an ally instead of an enabler,” Politically Inclined, August 7, 2014

Adam Lichtenheld (Spring 2009)
• wrote “America’s Refugee Crisis,” UN Dispatch, June 20, 2014
• wrote “Forced Migration as a Weapon of War in Iraq and Beyond,” UN Dispatch, July 1, 2014
• wrote “The Aid Diversion Dilemma,” UN Dispatch, July 22, 2014
• wrote “Syria, Libya and the Challenge of Intervention,” UN Dispatch, August 28, 2014
• wrote “What Boko Haram Has Learned from ISIS,” UN Dispatch, September 9, 2014
• wrote “Is the International Community Abandoning South Sudan?” UN Dispatch, October 27, 2014
• wrote “The Problem With “Safe Zones” in the Middle East,” UN Dispatch, November 17, 2014

Chris Lindborg (Spring 1997)
• wrote “This Week: Russian-U.S. nuclear arms control malaise,” BASIC News, February 10, 2014
• wrote “This Week: Iran nuclear talks and the shadow of the Ukraine crisis,” BASIC News, April 7, 2014
• wrote “A glance at the Ukraine crisis’s impact on nuclear weapons considerations,” BASIC News, May 27, 2014
• wrote “The prospect of success with Iran,” BASIC News, July 14, 2014

Vrinda Manglik (Fall 2008)
• co-wrote “Women, Energy Access, and India’s Elections,” Huffington Post, April 23, 2014
• co-wrote “Modi’s Solar Lining,” Compass blog, June 3, 2014
• wrote “Beyond-the-Grid Is Not Just About Light, It’s About Resiliency,” HuffPost Green, December 3, 2014

James McKeon (Fall 2014)
• co-wrote “Health infrastructure’s hand in Ebola outbreak,” Stimson Center Spotlight, July 31, 2014
• wrote “Scottish independence could leave UK nuclear weapons homeless,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, August 20, 2014
• wrote “The U.K.’s Trident nuclear program doesn’t have to sink Scottish statehood bid,” Washington Post letter to the editor, August 27, 2014
• wrote “Scotland Should Get Into NATO, OK!” Breaking Defense, September 10, 2014
• wrote “An Introduction to Scottish Independence,” The World Post,  September 10, 2014
• wrote “US-UK Mutual Defense Agreement: A Violation of International Law?” BASIC blog, October 27, 2014

Robert Taj Moore (Fall 2011)
• wrote “The Tanking of US-German Relations: A Recent History in Links,” Lawfare blog, July 17, 2014
• wrote “District Court Opinion in Al Odah v. United States,” Lawfare blog, August 5, 2014
• wrote “FOIA Improvement Act of 2014,” Lawfare blog, August 5, 2014
• co-wrote “The Internet Metadata Memo: A Summary,” Lawfare blog, August 18, 2014

Cody Poplin (Fall 2013)
• interviewed on the use of drones by Islamic State, Globe Now, Globe and Mail (Canada) video, November 3 2014
• co-wrote “The Sykes-Picot Agreement,” Lawfare blog, November 13, 2014
• co-wrote “Findings, Conclusions and Areas of Dispute Between the SSCI Report, the Minority and the CIA: Part 1 & Part 2,” Lawfare blog, December 9, 2014
• co-wrote “The 1994 Budapest Memorandum,” Lawfare blog, November 20, 2014
• wrote “Pearl Harbor and Declaring War,” Lawfare blog, December 11, 2014

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• co-wrote “FY 2014 Omnibus Appropriations Summary and Analysis,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, January 15, 2014
• wrote “A necessary evil,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January 22, 2014
• wrote “The “Dismantlement” SNAFU,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 28, 2014
• wrote “The Defense That Does not Defend: More problems for national missile defense,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, February 11, 2014
• wrote “Fact Sheet: FY 2014 Budget Request and Appropriations for Replacement Nuclear Delivery Systems and Warhead Life Extension Programs,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, February 18, 2014
• wrote “Obama’s nuclear legacy on the line,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, February 27, 2014
• wrote “In the Shadow of the Nuclear Modernization Mountain, Nuclear Weapons Budget Ripe for Savings,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, March 3, 2014
• wrote “New Obama Budget Slashes Nonproliferation,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, March 6, 2014
• wrote “Quote of the Day: Sen. Sessions praises Obama’s nuke budget edition,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 13, 2014
• wrote “Fact Sheet: FY 2015 Budget Request for Replacement Nuclear Delivery Systems and Warhead Life Extension Programs,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, March 18, 2014
• quoted in “What to Look For in This Week’s Hague Nuclear Talks,” U.S. News and World Report, March 24, 2014
• quoted in “GOP senators back Bush-era missile defense system to punish Putin,” The Washington Times, March 30, 2014
• wrote “Ukraine and the future of nonproliferation,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, April 3, 2014
• wrote “Cutting off our nose to spite our face on nuclear security cooperation with Russia,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 10, 2014
• wrote “Fact Sheet: FY 2015 Budget Request for Nuclear and Radiological Material Security and Nonproliferation Programs,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, April 16, 2014
• quoted in “Will Putin Push Obama to Reset His Missile Defense Plans for Eastern Europe?” Foreign Policy, April 23, 2014
• wrote “Nuke Numbers,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 1, 2014
• co-wrote “When all you have is a Hammer: Strategic Nuclear Forces and the Ukraine Crisis,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, May 9, 2014
• quoted in “Star Wars 2: attack of the drones,” The Economist, May 17, 2014
• participant in CSIS PONI Debate on U.S. tactical nuclear weapons in Europe, May 19, 2014
• wrote “Amendments To Fiscal Year 2015 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in the House,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 22, 2014
• wrote “The promise of the Syrian chemical weapons plan,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June 12, 2014
• wrote “B61s in Europe: Sharing is Caring,” Nukes of Hazard blog, June 14, 2014
• wrote “Removal of all declared chemicals from Syria a major achievement,” Nukes of Hazard blog, June 23, 2014
• wrote “House considers few nuclear amendments to FY 2015 defense appropriations bill ,” Nukes of Hazard blog, June 30, 2014
• wrote “Why America Doesn’t Need All Its Nukes…And It Can’t Afford Them Either,” Real Clear Defense, August 14, 2014
• co-wrote “Senate Appropriators Defy Administration on Nukes,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, August 15, 2014
• wrote “26 Senators sign letter to Obama administration urging increased nuclear security funding,” Nukes of Hazard blog, August 18, 2014
• wrote “The Air Force can’t hide from the cost of nuclear weapons,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, August 21, 2014
• wrote “Russian Arms Treaty Still Worth It,” Wall Street Journal letter to the editor, August 26, 2014
• wrote “U.S. Nukes in Europe Are Useless,” Real Clear Defense, September 5, 2014
• quoted in “Islamic State Eyes Syria’s Leftovers,” U.S. News & World Report, September 16, 2014
• co-wrote “It’s Time To Rein In Nuclear Spending,” Defense One, September 25, 2014
• co-wrote “Future of Some U.S.-Russia Work in Doubt,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• wrote “Congress Leaves Nuclear Issues in Limbo,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• wrote “U.S. Mulls Attending Nuclear Meeting,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• wrote “Kahl Tapped as Biden Aide,” Arms Control Today, November 2014
• co-wrote “Time To Save, Not Spend More on Nukes,” DefenseNews, November 3, 2014
• wrote “25 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the Enduring Value of Nuclear Arms Control,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, November 7, 2014
• quoted in “More Band-Aids for the Nation’s Ailing Nuclear-Weapons Force,” Time, November 14, 2014
• wrote “Air Force Nuclear Reviews Miss the Forest for the Trees,” Arms Control NOW,November 18, 2014
• co-wrote “Russia Skips Summit Planning Meeting,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “States Clash on Disarmament at UN,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “U.S. to Attend Nuclear Meeting,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “Pentagon Releases Nuclear Reviews,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “Missile Defense Test Scrapped,” Arms Control Today, December 2014
• wrote “Nuclear Weapons Budget Still Ripe for Savings,” Arms Control NOW, December 3, 2014

Ariana Rowberry (Fall 2013)
• wrote “Castle Bravo: The Largest U.S. Nuclear Explosion,” Brookings Institution Up Front blog, February 27, 2014
• wrote “The Vienna Document, the Open Skies Treaty and the Ukraine Crisis,” Brookings Institution Up Front blog, April 10, 2014
• wrote Advanced Conventional Weapons, Deterrence and the U.S.-Japan Alliance,
Brookings Institution Report, December 2014

Usha Sahay (Fall 2012)
• wrote “Weekend Reading: January 10,” War on the Rocks, January 10, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: January 24,” War on the Rocks, January 24, 2014
• wrote “Robert Menendez, Cory Booker undermine Iran accord,” New Jersey Star-Ledger letter to the editor, January 30, 2014
• wrote “Hillary the Hawk?” The National Interest, February 3, 2014
• wrote “With President Obama’s Endorsement of Diplomacy, Support for Sanctions Slips,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 5, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: February 7,” War on the Rocks, February 7, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: Valentine’s Day Edition,” War on the Rocks, February 14, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: February 28,” War on the Rocks, February 28, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: 14 March,” War on the Rocks, March 14, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: March 28,” War on the Rocks, March 28, 2014
• wrote “Over-Commitment Is Not The Problem,” War on the Rocks, April 1, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: April 11,” War on the Rocks, April 11, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: May 2,” War on the Rocks, May 2, 2014
• wrote “No, America is not in retreat,” War on the Rocks, May 15, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: May 16,” War on the Rocks, May 16, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: May 30,” War on the Rocks, May 30, 2014
• wrote “A Step Back for Nuclear Security,” Ploughshares Fund Blog, June 12, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: Friday the 13th Edition,” War on the Rocks, June 13, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: 27 June,” War on the Rocks, June 27, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: 11 July Edition,” War on the Rocks, July 11, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading, July 25,” War on the Rocks, July 25, 2014
• wrote  “Weekend Reading: 8/8 Edition,” War on the Rocks, August 8, 2014
• wrote “Weekend Reading: 22 August,” War on the Rocks, August 22, 2014

Salome Samadashvili (Fall 1997)
• wrote “What should the EU-Russia summit be about?” EurActiv.com, January 28, 2014
• wrote “Gagauzia: A new attack on the Eastern Partnership?” euobserver, February 4, 2014
• wrote “The future of freedom in the post-Soviet world,” euobserver, March 3, 2014
• wrote “Questions for Saakashvili, questions for Georgia’s EU future,” euobserver, March 27, 2014
• wrote “The magnetic pull of Europe’s soft power,” euobserver, June 27, 2014

Travis Sharp (Fall 2006)
• wrote Gambling with Ground Forces: The 2015 Defense Budget and The 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review, Center for a New American Security Policy Brief, March 4, 2014
• cited in “Sharp on defense budget: We’re taking risks with ground forces, so it would be prudent to plan for ways to rebuild them,” Best Defense blog, Foreign Policy, March 5, 2014

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Obama Administration Urged to Release Landmine Policy Review, Stimson Center Spotlight, February 12, 2014
• wrote “Promoting Restraint: Updated Rules for U.S. Arms Transfer,” Policy,” Arms Control Today, March 2014
• wrote “Establishing the Baseline – The Arms Trade Treaty, One Year Later,” Stimson Center Spotlight, April 2, 2014
• wrote “A Tribute to Don Mahley,” Stimson Center Spotlight, April 10, 2014
• co-wrote “Proposed US Arms Sales to Egypt Could Test New Conventional Arms Policy,” Stimson Center Spotlight, May 13, 2014
• co-wrote “Ukraine tensions may deescalate, but country remains awash in weapons,” Stimson Center Spotlight, May 28, 2014
• co-wrote “US military assistance to Thailand,” Stimson Center Spotlight, May 28, 2014
• wrote “The Arms Trade Treaty: Race to 50 Ratifications,” Stimson Center Spotlight, June 3, 2014
• co-wrote “Unauthorized Retransfers: A Challenge to Security and the Legitimate Arms Trade,” Stimson Center Spotlight, June 23, 2014
• quoted in “Tracing the world’s weapons, one AK-47 at a time,” Washington Post, June 25, 2014
• wrote “The Great Drone Debate: Time to Move Past Fear and Confusion,” The National Interest, July 7, 2014
• co-wrote “Good News, Bad News Story from US Landmines Announcement,” Stimson Center Spotlight, July 7, 2014
• quoted in “UAV Firms Seek Easier Exports,” Defense News, July 13, 2014
• wrote “Ideas into action: An innovative project for effective Arms Trade Treaty implementation,” Stimson Center Spotlight, July 23, 2014
• co-wrote “US still arming African governments that use child soldiers,” Stimson Center Spotlight, August 6, 2014
• wrote “Coordinating a Global Strategy for the International Arms Trade,” ISN Zurich, August 21, 2014
• quoted in “Islamic State might have taken advanced MANPADS from Syrian airfield,” Washington Post, August 25, 2014
• wrote “Arms Trade Treaty Moves Closer Towards Implementation,” Stimson Center Spotlight, September 12, 2014
• co-wrote “Arming Syrian rebels: Deja vu all over again,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, September 25, 2014
• wrote “Arms Trade Treaty Reaches Major Milestone,” Stimson Center Spotlight, September 25, 2014
• wrote “US Announces Important New Landmines Policy,” Stimson Center Spotlight, September 29, 2014
• wrote “Regulating the International Arms Trade,” Stimson Center Spotlight, October 14, 2014
• quoted in “FAA dallies as demand for commercial drones mounts,” Roll Call, October 19, 2014
• wrote “The Arms Trade Treaty-Baseline Assessment Project: Initial Findings and Current State Practice,” Stimson Center Spotlight, October 22, 2014
• wrote “Arms Trade Treaty Implementation Moves Forward in Berlin,” Stimson Center Spotlight, December 3, 2014
• wrote “U.S. must take lead in tackling arms trade,” CNN, December 23, 2014

Greg Terryn (Fall 2014)
• co-wrote “Decisive? Or Decisively Wrong!” The Chain Reaction blog, September 10, 2014
• wrote “Mobile-Basing: Can’t Keep a Bad Idea Down,” Nukes of Hazard blog, October 2, 2014
• wrote “The Unaffordable Arsenal,” Nukes of Hazard blog, October 30, 2014
• wrote “Nuclear Security: How the U.S. and Russia Can Save the World,” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 17, 2014
• wrote “3 Ways Jon Stewart’s “Rosewater” Supports the Iran Negotiations,” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 21, 2014
• co-wrote “American Nuclear Strategy: The Case for a Minimal-Deterrence Policy,” The National Interest, December 1, 2014
• wrote “Senator Feinstein: U.S. Should Shrink Nuclear Arsenal,” Nukes of Hazard blog, December 5, 2014
• wrote “Humanitarian Conference: Nukes and Humanity are Incompatible,” Nukes of Hazard blog, December 17, 2014

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• co-wrote “Japan holds to dangerous plutonium separation plan,” Asia Times, February 7, 2014
• wrote “Heavy lifting ahead in the Japan-India nuclear deal,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, February 10, 2014

Loung Ung (Spring 1997)
• interviewed on “Khmer Rouge Convictions Offer Small Solace For Cambodian Victims,” NPR All Things Considered, August 7, 2014

Lianet Vazquez (Spring 2014)
• wrote “Nuclear Security Factsheet,” British American Security Information Council, March 2014
• wrote “This Week – Nuclear security: continued breakthrough or stalled progress?” BASIC News, March 24, 2014
• wrote “Heeding the outcomes & remaining challenges of the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit,” BASIC blog, April 16, 2014
• wrote “A Middle East free of Nuclear Weapons and other Weapons of Mass Destruction,” BASIC blog, May 15, 2014
• wrote “Bumps on the road to Helsinki: Will we ever get there?,” BASIC blog, May 27, 2014
• wrote “World Cup Fiascos Might Prove a Human Rights Win,” UN Dispatch, June 17, 2014
• wrote “Let’s call it a bargaining chip,” BASIC blog, June 20, 2014
• wrote “Arabs & Israelis meet again – good news or bad news?” BASIC News, June 23, 2014
• wrote “Do not let the Helsinki conference on a Mideast WMD-Free Zone fall off the “to-do” list,” BASIC blog, August 7, 2014
• wrote Toward the 2015 NPT Review Conference: Attitudes and Expectations of Member States in the Middle East British American Security Information Council, October 2014

Audrey Williams (Fall 2013)
• wrote “Bringing the Developing World into the Nuclear Security Conversation,” Stimson Center Spotlight, April 7, 2014
• wrote Beyond Boundaries: The Role of the IAEA in Balancing Security and Development Priorities in the 21st Century,Stimson Center report, November 2014

Sarah Williams (Fall 2010)
• co-wrote “For nuclear security, good intentions are not enough,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, February 20, 2014
• co-wrote The Nuclear Security Summit: Assessment of Joint Statements Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security Report, March 2014
• contributed to Preventing Weak Links in Nuclear Security: A Strategy for Soft and Hard Governance, Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group report, March 2014
• co-wrote Integrating Nuclear Security Policy & Technology: Asian Centers of Excellence Center for Strategic and International Studies Policy Perspectives, July 2014