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Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2015 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

For links to these publications see Fellows In The News and Fellows’ Publications.

Scott Adler (Fall 1989)
• book Congress and the Politics of Problem Solving cited in Washington Posts Monkey Cage Blog, March 6, 2015
• co-wrote “Predicting the Next U.S. President’s Legislative Agenda,” Presidential Power, September 18, 2015

David R. Andersen-Rodgers  (Fall 1995)
• reviewed Daniel Philpott’s book Just & Unjust Peace: An Ethic of Political Reconciliation, Wiley Online Library, January 20, 2015
• wrote “Back Home Again: Assessing the Impact of Provisions for Internally Displaced Persons in Comprehensive Peace Accords,” Refugee Survey Quarterly, September 2015

Jessica Anderson  (Fall 2009)
• wrote “The Danger of False Narratives: Al-Shabaab’s Faux Ivory Trade,” Council of Foreign Relations blog, June 5, 2015

Leore Ben-Chorin (Fall 2015)
• co-wrote “Three goals to accomplish before the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit,” Brookings’ Order from Chaos blog, December 3, 2015

Philip Bleek (Fall 1999)
• wrote “Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Fuel Bank: A New Nonproliferation Tool,” The National Interest, June 23, 2015
• wrote “Iran Deal Buys Time: Now America’s Real Work Begins,” The National Interest, July 18, 2015
• quoted in “Monterey County Republican Party offshoot creates ad hoc debate series,” Monterey County Weekly, October 1, 2015

Alex Bollfrass (Spring 2007)
• co-wrote “The Effects of Temperature on Political Violence: Global Evidence at the Subnational Level,” Plos One, May 20, 2015
• co-wrote “How climate change makes the world more violent,” Washington Post, May 21, 2015
• wrote “Three lessons from the Iran nuclear deal from a spy thriller about the Cold War,” Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog, October 7, 2015
• co-wrote “Don’t Fear Refugees: Why They Pose Little Threat to National Security,” Foreign Affairs, December 9, 2015
• co-wrote “Reducing the Risk of Nuclear War in the Nordic/Baltic Region,” Stimson Center, December 15, 2015

Nate Cohn
• wrote “Class or Ideology? My Conversation with Bernie Sanders,” The New York Times’ The Upshot, July 11, 2015
• wrote “Boehner’s Exit, the Role of Red States and the Outlook for 2016,” The New York Times’ The Upshot, September 25, 2015
• wrote “Joe Biden Ran in the Invisible Primary, and Lost to Hillary Clinton,” The New York Times’ The Upshot, October 21, 2015
• interviewed on “Ann Selzer & Nate Cohn deconstruct the meaning of national polls to the 2017 Iowa caucuses,” CNN’s Fareed Zakira GPS, November 2, 2015
• wrote “How Marco Rubio Could Lose All the Key Early States and Still Win,” The New York Times’ The Upshot, December 22, 2015

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011)
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Continue Talks in Geneva,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
• wrote “Illicit Traffickers Arrested in Moldova,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
• wrote “Congress Should Support Negotiations, Not New Iran Sanctions,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, January 15, 2015
• wrote “Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Separating Myth from Reality,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, January 23, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, February 10,” Arms Control NOW, February 10, 2015
• co-wrote “Voting Up-or-Down on an Iran Nuclear Deal: Not as Easy as 123,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, February 11, 2015
• quoted in “Kerry, Zarif to meet for nuclear talks,” Manila Times, February 22, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, February 23,” Arms Control NOW, February 23, 2015
• discussed “An Effective P5+1 Nuclear Deal with Iran and the Role of Congress” at National Press Club, February 27, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, March 2,” Arms Control NOW, March/April 2015
• wrote “Congress Poised to Move on Iran Bills,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “India’s Agni-5 Closer to Deployment,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “Sanctions Relief Timing Key to Iran Deal,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “U.S. Rejects N. Korea Offer on Testing,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “Cotton and GOP Senators Offer No Viable Option to the P5+1 Nuclear Deal with Iran,” Arms Control Now, March 10, 2015
• interviewed about why “Democrats accuse Republican senators of undermining Obama” on Fox News, March 10, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, March 19,” Arms Control Now, March 19, 2015
• co-wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, March 21,” Arms Control Now, March 21, 2015
• spoke at a special press conference discussion about “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Negotiations,” National Press Club, March 26, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, March 29,” Arms Control Now, March 29, 2015
• co-wrote “Keeping Tabs on Nuclear Security Commitments,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, March 31, 2015
• wrote “Senate to Consider Corker’s Iran Bill,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• wrote “Slow Progress on Middle East Zone Decried,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• wrote “Pakistan Test-Fires Longer-Range Missile,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• quoted in “Negotiators Work To Sell Skeptics on Iran Deal” on NPR’s All Things Considered, April 3, 2015
• quoted in Terry Atlas’ “Obama’s Own Words Lead to Confusion Over Iran Nuclear Timeline,” Bloomberg Politics, April 8, 2015
• wrote “There is no better nuclear deal with Iran,” Times of Israel, April 9, 2015
• co-wrote “The Lausanne Framework and Final Nuclear Deal with Iran,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, April 14, 2015
• co-wrote “Background and Key Resources on the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review,” Arms Control Association press release, April 27, 2015
• wrote “Under a Microscope: Monitoring and Verification in an Iran Deal,” Arms Control Association issue brief, April 29, 2015
• wrote “News Analysis: Iran, P5+1 Agree on Framework Deal,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• co-wrote “NPT Conference Begins Amid Discord,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• wrote “Senate Moves on Iran Bill,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• co-wrote “Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference Outcome a Warning Sign, Say Arms Control Experts,” Arms Control Association Press Release, May 22, 2015
• cited in “Why Assad keeps dropping gas bombs on Syrian civilians,” Business Insider, May 23, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert,” Arms Control Now, May 28, 2015
• wrote “In weighing Iran nuclear deal, Booker should stand out against Menendez, more sanctions on Iran,” New Jersey Star-Ledger, May 30, 2015
• wrote “Bill Allowing Vote on Iran Deal Approved,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• wrote “IAEA Studies Syrian Reactor Conversion,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2015
• wrote “Mideast Zone Plan Stymies NPT Meeting,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• wrote “North Korea Tests Missile for Submarine,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert,” Arms Control Now, June 4, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert,” Arms Control Now, June 9, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert,” Arms Control Now, June 12, 2015
• co-wrote “Iran Nuclear Policy Brief: An Effective, Verifiable Nuclear Deal with Iran,” Arms Control Association Threat Assessment Brief, June 16, 2015
• co-wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, June 29,” Arms Control Now, June 29, 2015
• co-wrote “Statement on the Extension of the Iran Nuclear Talks,” Arms Control Association Press Release, June 30, 2015
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Close to Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2015
• co-wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, July 3,” Arms Control Now, July 3, 2015
• quoted in “Negotiators make headway on Iran Sanctions, past nuclear activity,” LA Times, July 4, 2015
• interviewed on “ECFR Special: Iran Nuclear Talks,” European Council on Foreign Relations Podcast, July 8, 2015
• co-wrote “P5+1 Nations and Iran Reach Historic Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control Association Press Room, July 14, 2015
• co-wrote “Iran Nuclear Policy Brief,” Arms Control Association, July 15, 2015
• quoted in “Verification Process in Iran Deal is Questioned by Some Experts,” New York Times, July 22, 2015
• co-wrote “Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” Arms Control Association Briefing book, August 2015
• wrote “Why Schumer is ‘Technically’ Wrong About the Iran Deal,” Arms Control Now, August 10, 2015
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert,” Arms Control Now, August 11, 2015
• endorsed “The Comprehensive P5+1 Nuclear Agreement With Iran: A Net-Plus for Nonproliferation,” a statement from Nuclear Nonproliferation Specialists, Arms Control Association, August 17, 2015
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert,” Arms Control Now, August 20, 2015
• wrote “Restriction on Iran’s Nuclear Program: Beyond 15 Years,” Arms Control Issue Briefs, August 26, 2015
• wrote “Booker has chance to stand alone from Menendez and support Iran nuclear deal,” NJ.com, August 31, 2015
• appeared in “Iran Nuclear Deal: Stability or Threat?”, Center for Global Interests (YouTube), September 11, 2015
• appeared in “North Korea: Ready to use nukes at any time,” CNN, September 15, 2015
• co-wrote ” Responsible Steps to Build on the Nonproliferation Value of the JCPOA,” Arms Control Association, September 21, 2015
• wrote “GICNT Lays Out New Priorities,” Arms Control Association, September 2, 2015
• wrote “China Urges New Talks With North Korea,” Arms Control Today, October 2015
• wrote “Congress Fails to Block Iran Deal,” Arms Control Today, October 2015
• wrote “Resolution Calling Out Israel Fails,” Arms Control Today, October 2015
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert, October 15,” Arms Control Now, October 15, 2015
• wrote “India’s Bid to Join Missile Regime Fails,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Formally Adopt Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “Sea Trials Progress for Indian Sub,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “Smugglers Arrested in Moldova,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “Strengthening the Proliferation Security Initiative Can Bolster the Iran Deal,” Arms Control Now, November 4, 2015
• wrote “And the Dismantlement Begins,” Arms Control Association Newsletter, November 18, 2015
• quoted in “Iran engaged in nuclear weapons design until 2003, says UN watchdog,” The Guardian, December 2, 2015
• quoted in “Iran did work ‘relevant’ to nuclear bomb, says UN watchdog,” Yahoo News, December 2, 2015
• quoted in “U.N.: Iran’s nuclear weapons research lasted until 2009,” USA Today, December 2, 2015
• wrote “Iran Dismantling Centrifuges, IAEA Says,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “South Korea Plans New Missile for 2017,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “UN Acts on Mideast Zone Amid Doubts,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “IAEA Closes Iran’s Nuclear Past, Not It’s Future,” Arms Control Now, December 15, 2015
• discussed Iran’s nuclear obligations on a panel at the Atlantic Council, December 17, 2015
• co-wrote “How Should Washington Respond to Iran’s Ballistic Missile Tests?” Arms Control Now, December 18, 2015

Molly Dunigan (Fall 2002)
• co-wrote “Military Security Contractors Get PTSD, Too,” USA Today, June 11, 2015

Kate Edelen (Fall 2013)
• co-wrote “To Defeat Boko Haram, Give Peace a Chance,” The National Interest, January 16, 2015
• wrote “War on Terror is Not the Answer to Nigeria’s Violence,” FCNL 2C blog, January 22, 2015
• moderated congressional panel entitled “Conflict and Natural Resources in Central African Republic,” U.S. Senate, Dirksen 562, March 23, 2015
• wrote “Top UN Officials Warn of Ebola’s Stubborn Persistence in West Africa,” UN Dispatch, April 17, 2015
• wrote “Will Kenya Shut Down the World’s Largest Refugee Camp?” UN Dispatch, April 23, 2015
• wrote “Is the Tide Actually Turning Against Boko Haram?” UN Dispatch, May 8, 2015
• wrote “Europe is Totally Ignoring the Root Causes of Migration Across the Mediterranean,” UN Dispatch, May 20, 2015
• wrote “The Huge Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy that No One Seemed to Notice,” UN Dispatch, May 29, 2015
• wrote “The Papal Encyclical on the Environment Will Influence More Than Just Catholics,” UN Dispatch, June 18, 2015
• wrote “Can Women Solve FIFA’s Corruption Problem?” UN Dispatch, June 30, 2015
• wrote “The Former US Aids Chief is Now a Top UN TB Official. He’s Come Back To Washington With a Message,” UN Dispatch, July 13, 2015
• wrote “Boko Haram Tops the Agenda of Nigeria President’s Visit to the White House,” UN Dispatch, July 21, 2015
• wrote “Water is an MDG Success Story. Sanitation is Most Certainly Not. Why?” UN Dispatch, August 31, 2015
• wrote “Nigeria Has Deteriorated Into A Major Humanitarian Crisis,” UN Dispatch, October 2, 2015

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote “Why 2014 Wasn’t So Terrible,” The World Post, January 8, 2015
• wrote “Charlie Hebdo: Middle East Blowback?” LobeLog, January 9, 2015
• wrote “Europe’s Coming Battle,” LobeLog, January 14, 2015
• wrote “The Collapse of Europe?” TomDispatch.com, January 27, 2015
• wrote “Special Guest Star: Bibi!” Foreign Policy In Focus, January 28, 2015
• wrote “Greece and the unlearned lesson of 1990,” openDemocracy, February 2, 2015
• wrote “ISIS Unites the World,” The World Post, February 12, 2015
• wrote “Can Ukraine Gnaw its Way Out of Trouble?” Foreign Policy in Focus, February 18, 2015
• wrote “Europe in Crisis,” The Hankyoreh, February 24, 2015
• wrote “Is Japan’s Prime Minister the Next Putin?” The Huffington Post, February 27, 2015
• wrote “The Islamic State’s Atrocities—and Ours,” The Nation, March 5, 2015
• wrote “The Kremlin’s Kool-Aid,” Foreign Policy in Focus, March 11, 2015
• wrote “The 47 Republican Ronin,” The World Post, March 19, 2015
• wrote “Iran, North Korea, and the Congress that Says No,” LobeLog, March 24, 2015
• wrote “The Retreatniks,” The Huffington Post, March 26, 2015
• wrote “Iran: Deal or No Deal?” The World Post, April 2, 2015
• interviewed about the Iran Deal on The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow, April 7, 2015
• reviewed North Korea Confidential in “Strange News from Another Star,” LA Review of Books, April 10, 2015
• wrote “Obama’s Triple Crown,” The Huffington Post, April 16, 2015
• wrote “Women for Peace,” The Hankyoreh, April 20, 2015
• wrote “The Case for a Robot-in-Chief,” The Huffington Post, April 23, 2015
• wrote “The Apology Olympics,” Foreign Policy in Focus, April 29, 2015
• wrote “North Korea’s 3-Tiered Society,” The Diplomat, May 8, 2015
• wrote “Celebrating Destruction,” The World Post, May 14, 2015
• wrote “The Madness of THAAD,” The Hankyoreh, May 18, 2015
• wrote “Why the World is Becoming the Un-Sweden,” TomDispatch.com, May 26, 2015
• wrote “Authoritarian Symps,” The World Post, May 28, 2015
• wrote “Islamophobia in East-Central Europe,” The World Post, June 1, 2015
• wrote “Reviving the Iran-North Korea Axis,” LobeLog, June 8, 2015
• wrote “Multiculturalism Saves Turkey,” Foreign Policy in Focus, June 10, 2015
• wrote “Korean Reunification: The View from the North,” The World Post, June 16, 2015
• wrote “Asia: On the Rocks,” The World Post, June 18, 2015
• wrote “Refugee World,” Lobelog, June 28, 2015
• wrote “The Islamic State and the Terrible Twos,” Lobelog, July 2, 2015
• wrote “Obama’s Recent Victories: How and Why?” Huffington Post Politics, July 13, 2015
• wrote “The Iran Deal: Obama Channeling Nixon?” The World Post, July 16, 2015
• wrote “Greece, Iran, and the Rules of the Game,” LobeLog, July 23, 2015
• wrote “The Kurdish Elephant,” Foreign Policy in Focus, July 29, 2015
• wrote “Black Ops for Peace,” The World Post, August 6, 2015
• wrote “After Iran, is North Korea Next?” Foreign Policy in Focus, August 12, 2015
• wrote “The New Middle Passage,” LobeLog, September 3, 2015
• wrote “North Korea’s Sorry Politics,” LobeLog, September 8, 2015
• wrote “The Star Trek Fallacy,” TomDispatch, September 17, 2015
• wrote “After Obama: Clinton vs. Sanders,” The World Post, September 18, 2015
• wrote “The Middle East’s New Nakba,” The World Post, October 1, 2015
• wrote “Mouth Wide Shut,” The Huffington Post, October 8, 2015
• wrote “The World Talks But It’s Not Enough,” The Hankyoreh, October 12, 2015
• wrote “Is Putin Really as Foolish as We Are?” The World Post, October 15, 2015
• wrote “Steering Clear of Sordid Realism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” Fair Observer, October 22, 2015
• wrote “What Comes After Empire?” Foreign Policy In Focus, October 28, 2015
• wrote “Syria’s Two-Body Problem,” LobeLog, November 5, 2015
• wrote “On the Verge of the Great Unraveling,” TomDispatch, November 10, 2015
• wrote “Yes, Myanmar is a Democracy With An Asterisk,” Fair Observer, November 12, 2015
• wrote “Charles Manson, Assad and ISIS Have Something in Common,” Fair Observer, November 19, 2015
• wrote “North Korea’s Paranoia and the Pentagon,” The Hankyoreh, November 30, 2015
• wrote “Syria: Mission Possible?” The Huffington Post, December 3, 2015
• wrote “Can a Green Asia Lead the World?” The Hankyoreh, December 9, 2015
• wrote “Japan and South Korea: A New Beginning?” LobeLog, December 30, 2015

Robert Golan-Vilella (Fall 2010)
• wrote “Time to Nuke the Doomsday Clock,” The National Interest, January 23, 2015
• wrote “Do the New AUMF’s Limits Matter?” The National Interest, February 11, 2015
• wrote “America is Never (Ever, Ever) Ending the War on Terror,” The National Interest, April 27, 2015
• wrote “America’s Next Top Fearmonger,” The National Interest, May 22, 2015
• wrote “Law in the Time of Endless War,” The National Interest, August 17, 2015

Hannah Haegeland (Fall 2015)
• wrote “What India loses by pushing Nepal into crisis,” DailyO, August 10, 2015
• wrote “The Catholic Church and the Bomb,” Arms Control Wonk, October 30, 2015
• spoke at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Project on Nuclear Issues 2015 Winter Conference, December 9, 2015

Gaurav Kampani (Spring 1997)
• responded to “Secrecy, Civil-Military Relations, and India’s Nuclear Weapon Program,” International Security, Winter 2014/2015
• discussed Pakistan’s nuclear program on a panel at the Atlantic Council, December 14, 2015

Elise Keppler (Fall 1997)
• quoted in “Al-Bashir’s failure to fly to Indonesia reinforces his fugitive status,” The Jakarta Post, April 21, 2015
• wrote “A missing piece on Africa and the ICC,” Humanity United blog, June 4, 2015
• wrote “Africa and the ICC: The ties that still bind,” Daily Maverick, June 11, 2015
• co-wrote “Letter to Secretary of State John Kerry Concerning Ambassador for War Crimes Stephen Rapp,” Human Rights Watch, July 10, 2015
• wrote “For the World’s Worst Crimes, Justice Really Matters,” Huffington Post, July 16, 2015
• wrote “Hope for Justice for South Sudan,” The World Post, August 28, 2015
• wrote “Dispatches: China Welcomes War Crimes Fugitive,” Human Rights Watch, August 28, 2015
• quoted in “India: Do Not Welcome Bashir,” Human Rights Watch, October 19, 2015

Wardah Khalid (Spring 2015)
• wrote “#MuslimLivesMatter: Tragedy at Chapel Hill,” FCNL 2C blog, February 11, 2015
• wrote “5 non-military ways to stop the Islamic State group,” U.S. News & World Report, February 18, 2015
• discussed ISIL recruitment, Jihadi John, and National Legislation on CCTV-America, February 26, 2015
• co-wrote “What Netanyahu Got Wrong,” FCNL 2C blog, March 3, 2015
• wrote “Q&A on Nonmilitary Options against the Self-Proclaimed Islamic State,” FCNL 2C blog, April 1, 2015
• wrote “Nuclear negotiators must continue their work,” Baltimore Sun, April 4, 2015
• wrote “Pamela Geller and company went looking for trouble,” Dallas News, May 5, 2015
• wrote “Congress’ destructive anti-Palestine agenda: The international outrage that nobody is talking about,” Salon.com, May 14, 2015
• co-wrote “A Whack-a-Mole Game We Can’t Win,” U.S. News and World Report, June 2, 2015
• discussed foreign leaders’ current strategy against ISIL on CCTV-America, June 2, 2015
• interviewed on Arab Voices Radio, June 3, 2015
• wrote “It’s on Us to Stop Americans from Joining ISIS,” Huffington Post, June 15, 2015
• discussed UN Gaza Report, CCTV-America, June 22, 2015
• wrote “The Case for Boycotts and Engagement – Why I attended the White House Iftar,” Patheos.com, June 28, 2015
• wrote “What Obama got wrong on ISIS,” The Hill’s Congress blog, July 10, 2015
• wrote “I Am Your Protector: Creating a New Reality Through Stories of Real-Life Heroes,” The Huffington Post, October 21, 2015
• co-wrote “Occupation’s violence admitted by Israeli military officials – what about Congress?” The Hill, November 12, 2015
• interviewed on Canada’s response to refugees, CCTV America, December 11, 2015
• co-wrote “Don’t wait for the next war to rebuild Gaza,” Al Jazeera America, December 24, 2015

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• wrote “Time to Close the Iran Deal,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
• quoted in “Experts urge Japan to play greater role in nuclear disarmament process,”  The Japan Times, January 4, 2015
• wrote “Congress Shouldn’t ‘Blow Up’ Iran Nuke Talks,” The National Interest, January 22, 2015
• interviewed on “Critics Worry Nuclear Reactor Deal With India Has A Dark Side,” NPR Morning Edition, January 27, 2015
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, January 27,” Arms Control NOW, January 27, 2015
• wrote “Can Japan jumpstart action on nuclear disarmament?” Kyodo News, January 28, 2015
• co-wrote “Voting Up-or-Down on an Iran Nuclear Deal: Not as Easy as 123,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, February 11, 2015
• quoted in “Good or Bad Iran Nuke Deal? Israel vs. The US Administration,” The New York Times, February 17, 2015
• co-wrote “Nuclear Dangers: Myth, Realities, Responses,” Defense News, February 23, 2015
• moderated a panel entitled “An Effective P5+1 Nuclear Deal with Iran and the Role of Congress” at the National Press Club, February 27, 2015
• wrote Nuclear-Weapon States Discuss NPT Issues Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “Russia and the Big Chill” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “Top Russian Official Backs START” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• quoted in “Iran Talks Likened Rubik’s Cube with Solution Elusive,” Bloomberg Business News, March 2, 2015
• wrote “Don’t Blow Up an Effective Iran Deal,” Defense One, March 3, 2015
• wrote “Here’s How Congress Can Help the Iran Nuclear Talks,” National Interest, March 13, 2015
• co-wrote “Senate bill hurts ability to negotiate with Iran,” PilotOnline.com, March 20, 2015
• co-wrote “P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, March 21,” Arms Control NOW, March 21, 2015
• quoted on “Nuclear Experts Remain Optimistic About Iranian Negotiations,” NPR News, Washington, March 23, 2015
• moderated a special press conference discussion about the P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Negotiations at the National Press Club on March 26, 2015
• wrote “A Historic Nonproliferation Opportunity,” Arms Control Today, March 30, 2015
• co-wrote “Previewing the NPT Review: An Interview with U.S. Special Representative Adam Scheinman,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• interviewed about “Nuclear-Armed Nations” on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, April 5, 2015
• wrote “The Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s Decision to Give Congress a Veto on the Iran Deal,” Arms Control NOW, April 14, 2015
• co-wrote “The Lausanne Framework and Final Nuclear Deal with Iran,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, April 14, 2015
• co-wrote “Background and Key Resources on the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review,” Arms Control Association press release, April 27, 2015
• wrote “Greater U.S. & Russian Cooperation and Leadership Is Necessary to Fulfill NPT Article VI Obligations to Reduce and Eliminate Nuclear Dangers,” UN.org, May 1, 2015
• wrote “In Memoriam: John D. Steinbruner (1941-2015),” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• wrote “New Pathways on Disarmament,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• co-wrote “NPT Conference Begins Amid Discord,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• co-wrote “Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference Outcome a Warning Sign, Say Arms Control Experts,” Arms Control Association Press Release, May 22, 2015
• cited in “Why Assad keeps dropping gas bombs on Syrian civilians,” Business Insider, May 23, 2015
• wrote “The Disarmament Deficit,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• co-wrote “NPT Conference Fails to Reach Consensus,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• quoted in “US Missiles in UK May Irritate Russia, But Have No Military Value,” Sputnick International, June 12, 2015
• co-wrote “Iran Nuclear Policy Brief: An Effective, Verifiable Nuclear Deal with Iran,” Arms Control Association Threat Assessment Brief, June 16, 2015
• wrote “Benefits of a Nuclear Deal with Iran,” New York Times letter to the editor, June 26, 2015
• co-wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, June 29,” Arms Control Now, June 29, 2015
• co-wrote “Statement on the Extension of the Iran Nuclear Talks,” Arms Control Association Press Release, June 30, 2015
• wrote “Mr. President, ‘Yes, We Can'”, Arms Control Today, July/August 2015
• co-wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Talks Alert, July 3,” Arms Control Now, July 3, 2015
• quoted in “As Iran talks near a close, Kerry says deal still up in the air,” Boston Globe, July 6, 2015
• co-wrote “P5+1 Nations and Iran Reach Historic Nuclear Deal,” Arms Control Association Press Room, July 14, 2015
• interviewed on International Edition of VOA News, July 14, 2015
• co-wrote “Iran Nuclear Policy Brief,” Arms Control Association, July 15, 2015
• interviewed in Tehran Times, July 20, 2015
• wrote “5 Reasons AIPAC is Dead Wrong About the Iran Deal,” The National Interest, July 22, 2015
• quoted in “‘Secret Side Deals’ on Iran Accord Are New Republic Target,” Bloomberg Politics, July 30, 2015
• co-wrote “Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” Arms Control Association Briefing book, August 2015
• wrote “Myths and realities of Iran nuclear deal,” The Baltimore Sun, August 16, 2015
• endorsed “The Comprehensive P5+1 Nuclear Agreement With Iran: A Net-Plus for Nonproliferation,” a statement from Nuclear Nonproliferation Specialists, Arms Control Association, August 17, 2015
• wrote “Statement to the 25th UN Conference on Disarmament Issues, Hiroshima, Japan,” Arms Control Association Events, August 27, 2015
• wrote “Senate Failure to Block JCPOA is a Victory for Nuclear Nonproliferation,” Arms Control Association, September 10, 2015
• appeared in “Iran Nuclear Agreement and Non-Proliferation Efforts,” C-SPAN, September 12, 2015
• co-wrote “Responsible Steps to Build on the Nonproliferation Value of the JCPOA,” Arms Control Association, September 21, 2015
• co-wrote “Nuclear Testing and Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) Timeline,” Arms Control Association, September 22, 2015
• wrote “Why the Pope Is Right About about Nuclear Weapons,” The National Interest, September 30, 2015
• wrote “Building on the Iran Deal,” Arms Control Association, October 1, 2015
• quoted in “Nuke deal removes nuclear-armed Iran threat for decades,” Trend, October 15, 2015
• wrote “Reconsidering the Test Ban Treaty,” Arms Control Today, October 2015
• interviewed on the Iran Deal in the Tehran Times, November 22, 2015
• wrote “The U.S. Nuclear Weapons Spending Binge,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “U.S. Prepares to Arm Italian Drones,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• co-wrote “How Should Washington Respond to Iran’s Ballistic Missile Tests?” Arms Control Now, December 18, 2015

Adam Lichtenheld (Spring 2009)
• wrote “The identity politics of displacement in the Middle East,” Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog, March 4, 2015
• wrote “How to really help the world’s new refugees,” Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog, July 8, 2015

Vrinda Manglik (Fall 2008)
• wrote “Beyond-the-Grid Sector Matures With New Finance and Projects,” HuffPost Green, January 22, 2015
• wrote “Businesses and Environmental Groups Call on President Obama to Create Clean ‘Power India’ Initiative,” HuffPost Green, January 23, 2015
• wrote “Tanzania’s President Kikwete Promises One Million Solar Homes,” The Huffington Post, February 18, 2015
• wrote “New Report Identifies Need for Investment in India’s Beyond-the-Grid Sector,” The Huffington Post, March 26, 2015
• wrote “Power for All Campaign: Seeking a Faster Timeline for Universal Energy Access,” The Huffington Post, May 21, 2015
• wrote “World Leaders Moving Away from Coal, Fossil Fuels,” Sierra Club, June 30, 2015
• wrote “In Africa, President Obama Can Highlight Clean Energy’s Success,” Sierra Club, July 24, 2015
• wrote “Tech Companies: Listen Up, and Speak out on Climate Change,” The Huffington Post, October 14, 2015
• wrote “Public Support for Energy Access Should Be Clean,” The Huffington Post, November 25, 2015

Shane Mason (Spring 2014)
• co-edited “Deterrence Instability & Nuclear Weapons in South Asia,” Stimson Center, April 2015
• wrote “Pakistan’s New Military Budget: By the Numbers,” The National Interest, July 5, 2015
• contributed to “A Normal Nuclear Pakistan,” Stimson Center and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, August 2015

James McKeon (Fall 2014)
• co-wrote “Beyond Boundaries in Brazil: Innovating for Proliferation Prevention,”
Stimson Center Spotlight, January 5, 2015

Robert Taj Moore (Fall 2011)
• co-wrote “An Overview of the NSA’s Declassified Intelligence Oversight Board Reports,” Lawfare blog, January 8, 2015
• wrote “Key Documents on the Iran Deal,” Lawfare blog, April 3, 2015
• wrote “Guantanamo Detainee Files Supplemental Memorandum on the End of the War in Afghanistan,” Lawfare blog, June 9, 2015
• wrote “So What’s in the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act?” Lawfare blog, October 22, 2015

Elizabeth Philipp (Fall 2015)
• wrote “North Korea’s Nuclear ICBM?” Arms Control Now, October 5, 2015
• wrote “Putting the Horse Before the Cart: Resuming Talks with North Korea,” Arms Control Now, October 23, 2015
• co-wrote “UN Creates New Disarmament Group,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “Show but Don’t Tell: Selective Nuclear Narratives in North Korea,” Arms Control Now, December 10, 2015

Cody Poplin (Fall 2013)
• co-wrote “Throwback Thursday: The Indo-Bangladesh Enclaves,” Lawfare blog, January 22, 2015
• wrote “Safe Havens Still Matter,” Lawfare blog, January 28, 2015
• co-wrote “Throwback Thursday: Rewards and Bounties,” Lawfare blog, January 29, 2015
• co-wrote “The Real Story Behind Citizenfour’s Oscar,” Lawfare blog, February 23, 2015
• wrote “New Abbottabad Documents Released in Trial of Abid Nasseer Lawfare blog,” March 12, 2015
• wrote “Open Society Justice Initiative Issues New Report on U.S. Drone Strikes in Yemen,” Lawfare blog, April 14, 2015
• wrote “Targeting AQAP’s Mufti Ibrahim al-Rubaysh,” Lawfare blog, April 22, 2015
• wrote “McConnell Introduces 2 Month NSA Extension,” Lawfare blog, May 15, 2015
• co-wrote “The War in Afghanistan is Over, says the President. Not, Says the Justice Department,” Lawfare blog, May 26, 2015
• wrote “Department of Defense Releases Law of War Manual,” Lawfare blog, June 12, 2015
• co-wrote “Guantanamo as Propaganda: A Reply to Adam Jacobson,” Lawfare blog, June 19, 2015
• wrote “Pentagon Releases New National Military Strategy,” Lawfare blog, July 2, 2015
• wrote “Senators Draft Letter Requesting Obama Send Deal to Congress Before United Nations,” Lawfare Blog, July 16, 2015
• wrote “NSA Will Destroy Section 215 Records,” Lawfare Blog, July 28, 2015
• wrote “India and Bangladesh Exchange 50,000 People, End Diplomatic Standoff,” Lawfare blog, August 5, 2015
• wrote “Iranian Terrorism Victims Ask Court to Block Release of Iranian Assets Under Nuclear Deal,” Lawfare blog, August 6, 2015
• wrote “Postponing the Tough Questions Until It’s Too Late: How Not to Assist the Rebels in Syria,” Lawfare blog, August 13, 2015
• wrote “Why Authorizing Force Against Iran Now is a Bad Idea,” Lawfare blog, August 25, 2015
• wrote “And Here It is: An Iran AUMF,” Lawfare blog, August 28, 2015
• wrote “ODNI and DOJ Release Last Section 215 Collection Order,” Lawfare blog, August 31, 2015
• co-wrote “The New Great Game: A Battle for Access and Influence in the Indo-Pacific,” Foreign Affairs, September 29, 2015
• wrote “A New Great Game Rises: China and India’s Growing Strategic Rivalry in the Indo-Pacific,” Lawfare blog, October 1, 2015
• wrote “This Week’s Hearing in the 9/11 Case,” Lawfare blog, October 19, 2015
• wrote “President Obama Vetoes NDAA,” Lawfare blog, October 22, 2015
• wrote “10/29 Session: No, You Can’t Fire Your Attorney,” Lawfare blog, November 3, 2015
• wrote “35 Lawmakers Pen Bipartisan Letter Calling for ISIS AUMF,” Lawfare blog, November 9, 2015
• wrote “Cyber Sections of the Latest G20 Leaders’Communiqué,” Lawfare blog, November 17, 2015
• wrote “Hillary Clinton on Encryption as Problem to be Solved,” Lawfare blog, December 16, 2015

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• wrote “Nuclear Impact Meeting Is Largest Yet,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
• wrote “Hill Withholds Funds for Work in Russia,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
• wrote “U.S. Explores INF Responses,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
• wrote “Senate Confirms Frank Rose,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2015
•  quoted in “$348 Billion in Nukes Ain’t Enough. The Air Force Wants New ICBMs, Too.,” The Daily Beast, January 28, 2015
• wrote “President’s ‘16 Budget Calls for Unsustainable, Unnecessary Nuclear Weapons Spending,” Arms Control NOW, February 3, 2015
• wrote “Budget Speeds Cruise Missile Development,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “Most U.S.-Russian Nuclear Work Ends,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “NNSA Nonproliferation Budget Gets Boost,” Arms Control Today, March/April 2015
• wrote “How to Actually Prevent a Nuclear Arms Race in the Middle East,” National Interest, March 2, 2015
• wrote “More Nukes Not the Answer to Russian Aggression,” War On The Rocks, March 3, 2015
• quoted in “How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb? With a Money Crunch,” Foreign Policy, March 5, 2015
• wrote “Nuclear Weapons Could Require 10% of Defense Budget,” Arms Control Now, March 12, 2015
• wrote “Missile Defense Costs Rises Amid Concerns,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• wrote “Russia Completes CFE Treaty Suspension,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• wrote “STRATCOM Shifts on Nuclear Costs,” Arms Control Today, April/May 2015
• wrote “The experts on the Iranian framework agreement,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, April 2, 2015
• co-wrote “Background and Key Resources on the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review,” Arms Control Association press release, April 27, 2015
• wrote “China, S. Korea Nuclear Pacts Advance,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• wrote “NATO Monitoring Russian Saber Rattling,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• co-wrote “NPT Conference Begins Amid Discord,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• wrote “Task Force: Boost Nonproliferation Funds,” Arms Control Today, May/June 2015
• wrote “Air Force Wants 1,000 New Cruise Missiles,” Arms Control Today, May 7, 2015
• interviewed on “Ice Cold U.S., Russia Relations Put Strain On Nuclear Agreements,” NPR, May 14, 2015
• wrote “The Iran Deal and Preventing Proliferation in the Middle East,” Arms Control Now, May 21, 2015
• co-wrote “Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference Outcome a Warning Sign, Say Arms Control Experts,” Arms Control Association Press Release, May 22, 2015
• wrote “Air Force Clarifies Cruise Missile Plan,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• wrote “Cost Estimate for MOX Plant Jumps,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• co-wrote “NPT Conference Fails to Reach Consensus,” Arms Control Today, June/July 2015
• wrote “Congress Finally Passes Legislation to Prevent and Counter Nuclear Terrorism,” Arms Control Now, June 2, 2015
• quoted in “Donald Trump says ‘our nuclear arsenal doesn’t work,'” Politifact, June 18, 2015
• wrote “Air Force Drafts Plan for Follow-On ICBM,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2015
• wrote “Obama Signs Nuclear Security Legislation,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2015
• wrote “Russia Still Violating INF Treaty, U.S. Says,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2015
• wrote “Strengthening Congressional Oversight of 123 Agreements,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, July 2, 2015
• among experts assessing the Iran agreement of 2015, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, July 14, 2015
• wrote “On Iran, Listen to the Rolling Stones,” War on the Rocks, July 23, 2015
• quoted in “Obama’s Proliferation Problem,” Politico, August 8, 2015
• wrote “A new missile gap?” Real Clear Defense, August 12, 2015
• co-wrote “CSBA Downplays Nuclear Effect on Budget, Potential Nuclear Savings,” Arms Control Now, August 14, 2015
• wrote “Next Steps on Disarmament Uncertain,” Arms Control Now, September 2, 2015
• wrote “UN Disarmament Body Still Stalemated,” Arms Control Now, September 2, 2015
• wrote “Nuclear Costs to Jump, Pentagon Says,” Arms Control Now, September 2, 2015
• co-wrote ” Responsible Steps to Build on the Nonproliferation Value of the JCPOA,” Arms Control Association, September 21, 2015
• wrote “This Big Bomb Should Not Go To Israel,” War on the Rocks, September 28, 2015
• wrote “Date Set for 2016 Nuclear Security Summit,” Arms Control Association, September 2, 2015
• wrote “U.S. Nuclear Weapons Funding in Limbo,” Arms Control Today, September 2015
• wrote “Overkill: The Case Against a New Nuclear-Air Launched Cruise Missile,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, October 19, 2015
• quoted in “Rough Path Ahead for Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty,” Defense News, October 24, 2015
• quoted in “After Bomber Award, Experts Raise Red Flags,” National Defense, November 1, 2015
• wrote “NATO Weighs Nuclear Exercises,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “Hill Urges Military Response on INF Pact,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “UK Party Leader Shuns Nuclear Arms Use,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “UN Mulls Rival Disarmament Proposals,” Arms Control Today, November 2015
• wrote “LRS Bomber Shows Failings of Obama’s Nuclear Strategy,” Breaking Defense, November 12, 2015
• wrote “Missile Defense Blimp Crashes,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “New Russian Nuclear Design Shown,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• co-wrote “UN Creates New Disarmament Group,” Arms Control Today, December 2015
• wrote “What the nuclear triad is, why it matters,” CNN Opinion, December 16, 2015

John Rodriguez (Spring 2015)
• wrote “Searching for Meaning,” 0-Dark-Thirty, April 10, 2015
• appeared in “How Can I Tell You About War,” Georgetown University Thesis, April 30, 2015
• wrote “Waiting,” Ash and Bones, May 25, 2015
• wrote “Now, Open the Ranger Regiment to Women,” New York Times, August 20, 2015
• wrote “Guest Column: Proposed deal with Iran makes sense for U.S.,” Capital Gazette, August 26, 2015
• wrote “Hatred of ISIS is no justification for torture: Are you listening, GOP candidates?” Salon, November 25, 2015
• wrote “Remembering War (V): The Korengal–‘Nothing except a battle lost…'” Foreign Policy, December 11, 2015

Salome Samadashvili (Fall 1997)
• interviewed in “Pro-Russian Victory in 2016 Elections Would End Georgian Statehood,” Georgia Today, August 20, 2015
• wrote “Muzzling the Bear: Strategic Defense for Russia’s Undeclared Information War on Europe,” Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, October 2015

Mary Slosson (Spring 2010)
• wrote “In Colorado, Teaching to a Changing Climate,” Medium.com, June 2, 2015

Mark Sternman (Fall 1992)
• wrote “Letter to the Editor: US Diplomacy must look to solve conflicts peacefully,” Boston Globe, July 16, 2015
• wrote “Preventing Another Hiroshima: Making the Case For A Nuclear Deal with Iran,” WBUR, August 7, 2015

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Are drones constrained?” Newsday, January 26, 2015
• quoted in “The US Has Issued New Rules For the Foreign Sale of Military Drones,” Vice News, Febuary 18, 2015
• co-wrote “What Obama’s Drone Export Policy Really Means,” Breaking Defense, February 27, 2015
• wrote “First Formal Arms Trade Treaty Preparatory Meeting Held in Port of Spain, Trinidad” Stimson Spotlight, March 2, 2015
• wrote about “The Age of Drones,” Forum Arms Trade, March 11, 2015
• wrote “Yemen: What’s At Stake for the United States?” Stimson Spotlight, March 18, 2015
• served on an Institute for the Study of Diplomacy panel entitled “The Arms Trade Treaty: Past UN Negotiations, Current U.S. Debates, and Future Global Implementation,” March 31, 2015
• moderated a Stimson Center panel entitled “Tracking Arms in Conflict: Lessons from Syria and Iraq,” April 7, 2015
• moderated a Stimson Center panel entitled “Global Military Expenditures in Today’s Security Environment,” April 16, 2015
• wrote “All the President’s Drones: Obama’s Targeted Killing Problem,” The National Interest, April 20, 2015
• wrote “Exercising Restraint? The New U.S. Rules for Drone Transfers,” Arms Control Today, May 2015
• wrote “Progress Made, Difficult Decisions Remains as Governments Conclude Arms Trade Treaty Meeting,” Stimson Center Spotlight, May 5, 2015
• wrote “The Foreign Policy Essay: Just How Effective is the U.S. Drone Program Anyway?” Lawfare blog, May 31, 2015
• quoted in “Drone Diplomacy,” The Epoch Times, June 3, 2015
• interviewed in “Regulating the International Trade in Conventional Weapons: Five Minutes with Rachel Stohl,” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, June 4, 2015
• moderated “The Shoulder-Fired Missile Threat In the Middle East” panel, Stimson Center, June 10, 2015
• wrote “A Transatlantic Drone Dialogue: Towards International Standards?” Stimson Center Spotlight, July 6, 2015
• wrote “Time Running Out To Set Arms Trade Treaty Up For Success,” Stimson Center Spotlight, July 13, 2015
• co-wrote “US Identifies Nigeria, Seven Additional Governments As Supporting The Use of Child Soldiers,” Stimson Center Spotlight, July 30, 2015
• co-wrote “The ATT Baseline Assessment Project: Identifying Good Practice and Implementation Measures,” Arms Trade Treaty-BAP, August 2015
• wrote “First Arms Trade Treaty Conference of States Parties Concludes in Cancun: Now the Real Work Begins,” Stimson Spotlight, September 1, 2015
• quoted in “Report: US contractor tried to arm Syrian rebels with defective grenades,” The Washington Post, September 18, 2015
• wrote “Growing Commercial Potential,” The Cipher Brief, September 21, 2015
• co-wrote “U.S. must get tougher over child soldiers,” CNN Opinions page, September 28, 2015
• co-wrote “US Sends Wrong Message To Governments Using Child Soldiers,” Stimson Center Spotlight, September 30, 2015
• co-wrote “Canada should sign the arms trade treaty now,” The Toronto Star, October 26, 2015
• wrote “The Intercept’s ‘Drone Papers’ Won’t Do Much for Transparency,” The National Interest, October 27, 2015
• wrote “Arms Trade Treaty-Baseline Assessment Project Launches Online ATT Reporting Guidance,” Stimson Center Spotlight, October 28, 2015
• wrote “To Walk the Earth in Safety,” Stimson Center Spotlight, November 2, 2015
• wrote “A Year On, States Aren’t Enforcing the Landmark Arms Trade Treaty,” World Politics Review, December 29, 2015

Greg Terryn (Fall 2014)
• co-wrote “Analysis: Funding Reductions for Nuclear Non-Proliferation,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, January 14, 2015
• wrote “Washington Post’s Pincus Nails the REAL Nuclear Threat,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 14, 2015
• wrote “Nonproliferation Expert, James Doyle, Still Fighting for Nuclear Security,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 26, 2015
• wrote  “News Flash: Nuclear Weapons Still Expensive,” Nukes of Hazard blog, January 27, 2015
• co-wrote “5 Myths about America’s Nuclear Weapons Debunked,” The National Interest, January 28, 2015
• contributed to Fiscal Year 2016 Defense Spending Request Briefing Book, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, February 2015
• co-wrote “The Wrong Move: Adding Nuclear Weapons to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict,” Defense One, February 9, 2015
• wrote “US-Russia Arms Control Treaty- New START 4th Anniversary,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 10, 2015
• co-wrote “FY 2016 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation Budget Request Fact Sheet,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 20, 2015
• co-wrote “FY 2016 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation Program Restructuring Explained,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 26, 2015
• spoke at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ PONI Capstone Conference, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, March 4, 2015
• wrote “Reductions to Weapons Program: Past and Likely Future,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 20, 2015
• wrote “Nuclear Framework with Iran Exceeds Expectations,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 3, 2015
• wrote “Arms Control after New START,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 17, 2015
• wrote “U.S. Highly Enriched Uranium: Mitigating the Risk,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 17, 2015
• co-wrote “House Appropriations Committee on Energy and Water Bill,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 22, 2015
• wrote “U.S. Increases Transparency, Dismantlement of Warheads at Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference,” Nukes of Hazard blog, April 28, 2015
• wrote “What to Watch: Defense Authorization Bill,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 6, 2015
• co-wrote “Nuclear weapons: The ‘all of the above’ strategy,” The Hill’s Congress blog, June 3, 2015
• co-wrote “The Ultimate Nightmare: Why Bombing Iran Would Be a Disaster,” The National Interest, August 4, 2015
• co-created “Two Minute Take: The Iran Nuclear Agreement,” Nukes of Hazard blog, August 20, 2015
• wrote “Strengthening the Iran Nuclear Agreement,” Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation, October 22, 2015
• wrote “Hillary Was Right: Rogue Nukes Are a Serious Threat,” The National Interest, October 23, 2015
• wrote “Secretaries Kerry & Moniz: Time to Reconsider the Test Ban Treaty,” Nukes of Hazard blog, October 27, 2015
• co-wrote “Pentagon Profligacy: Five Egregious Examples of Wasteful Pentagon Programs,” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 23, 2015

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• quoted in “In the Shadow of Hiroshima: MIIS Brings Together Next Generation of Nonproliferation Leaders,” Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey blog, April 20, 2015
• wrote “Can Japan become a bridge-builder for nuclear disarmament,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, August 19, 2015

Allie Van Dine (Fall 2014)
• wrote “5 Big Nuclear Security Challenges Beyond Iran,” UN Dispatch, March 19, 2015
• wrote “5 Things About the IAEA That May Surprise You,” UN Dispatch, April 10, 2015
• created a map in “A Roadmap to Minimize and Eliminate Highly Enriched Uranium,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, May 2015

Audrey Williams (Fall 2013)
• wrote “Islam can be intimidating,” Coming of Faith, January 14, 2015
• wrote “Advice to new grads from four PSA Advisory Board members,” Across the Aisle blog, May 21, 2015
• wrote “IAEA Technical Cooperation: Sustainable Development with a Nuclear Twist,” Across the Aisle blog, August 11, 2015
• wrote “Welcome to Ankara!,” personal blog, September 16, 2015
• wrote “An Attack in Ankara,” personal blog, October 10, 2015
• wrote “A Dark Moment,” personal blog, October 11, 2015
• wrote “Planting the Seeds of Development (Literally),” personal blog, October 19, 2015
• wrote “(Almost) No-Post November,” personal blog, November 30, 2015

Hisham Zerriffi (Fall 1995)
• wrote “Effects of Community-Based Natural Resource Management on Household Welfare in Namibia,” Plos One, May 20, 2015