2016 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2016 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

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

Scott Adler (Fall 1989)
• spoke on a panel discussing “Knowledge, Expertise, and Committee Power in Congress,” Legislative Studies Virtual Workshop, March 9, 2016
• quoted in “New research lab to take Colorado’s political pulse,” CU Boulder Today, November 2, 2016

Jessica Anderson (Fall 2009)
• wrote “Reimagining the Refugee Camp,” Foreign Policy, January 11, 2016
• wrote “Five things you should know about the World Humanitarian Summit,” The Washington Post, May 19, 2016
• wrote “States are ducking their responsibility to refugees. The U.N. Declaration might just start to change that,” The Washington Post, September 23, 2016

Yousef Bashir (Spring 2016)
• wrote “Note to GOP hopefuls: Not all Palestinians are terrorists,” The Hill’s Congress blog, March 2, 2016
• organized “The Global Threat Multiplier- National Security Experts’ Warning on Climate Change,” Partnership for a Secure America, April 20, 2016

Leore Ben-Chorin (Fall 2015)
• wrote “Netanyahu and IDF Are Split on the Iran Nuclear Deal,” The National Interest, March 2, 2016
• co-wrote “The case for Open Skies,” Brookings Institution’s Order from Chaos blog, March 8, 2016
• co-wrote “Italy is the Key to Fighting ISIS in Libya,” The National Interest, March 23, 2016
• co-wrote “Everything you need to know about the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit,” Brookings Institution’s Order from Chaos blog, March 24, 2016
• co-wrote “Takeaways from Obama’s Last Nuclear Security Summit,” Brookings Institution’s Order from Chaos blog, April 4, 2016
• cited in “Reactions in the Middle East to the JCPOA,” Foreign Policy at Brookings, June 22, 2016

Nick Birnback (Fall 1992)
• quoted in “UN Peacekeepers Accept Responsibility for Massacre at Malakal,” Voice of America, June 24, 2016
• spoke about the importance of UN peacekeeping, CCTV America, September 18, 2016

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• quoted in “Trump Presidency May Not Blow Up World, Says History,” Ozy, August 7, 2016
• spoke about “Avatars of the Earth: Eco-Radicals and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Weapons,” Start, September 6, 2016
• co-wrote “Elimination of weapons of mass destruction: lessons from the last quarter-century,” The Nonproliferation Review, September 8, 2016

Alex Bollfrass (Spring 2007)
• cited in “B61 Life Extension Program Costs and Policy Considerations,” Stimson Issue Paper, August 2016

Rebecca Bornstein (Spring 2008)
• wrote summary of “The Annapolis Process,” Molad the Center for Renewal of Israeli Democracy, May 23, 2016
• edited “US Policies towards Israel and the Middle East,” Mitvim, July 2016
• edited “US Policies towards Israel and the Middle East,” Mitvim, September 2016
• edited “US Policies towards Israel and the Middle East,” Mitvim, October 2016
• edited “US Policies towards Israel and the Middle East,” Mitvim, November 2016
• edited “US Policies towards Israel and the Middle East,” Mitvim, December 2016

Taylor Brooks (Fall 2015)
• wrote “Why China needs to reign in North Korea’s hackers,” The Christian Science Monitor, February 5, 2016
• spoke on “Emerging Unconventional Threats: The Relationship Between Space, Cyber and Nuclear,” CSIS’ Project on Nuclear Issues, April 12, 2016
• contributed to “Into the Gray Zone The Private Sector and Active Defense Against Cyber Threats,” George Washington Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, October 2016
• co-wrote “Mounting an Active Defense Against Cyber Threats,” Global Observatory, November 10, 2016

Lauren Chadwick (Spring 2016)
• wrote “Most Voters Favor Defense Cuts. Most Politicians Don’t,” Time, March 10, 2016
• wrote “The Simple Question the Pentagon Can’t Answer–Unless You Have $660 Million,” Slate, March 18, 2016
• wrote “Despite the Threat of Zika, Gaps Found in U.S. Biothreat Protections,” NBC News, March 31, 2016
• wrote “Global military spending is increasing,” Yahoo News, April 6, 2016
• wrote “Do Terrorist Attacks Really Happen In Bunches?” Slate, April 14, 2016
• wrote “Auditors Criticize Pentagon for Wasting Property and Ammunition,” Huffington Post, May 3, 2016
• wrote “The costly truth about emergency spending in Iraq and Afghanistan,” The Center for Public Integrity, May 27, 2016
• co-wrote “Congress Buys the Navy a $400 Million Pork Ship,” Politico Magazine, July 5, 2016
• wrote “Afghan Forces Use Child Soldiers, and the U.S. Still Gives Them Money,” Foreign Policy, August 3, 2016
• co-wrote “Pentagon Spent Billions Sending Weapons to Iraq, Afghanistan,” Time, August 26, 2016
• wrote “France’s National Front Finds Support Among Millennials,” NBC News, December 24, 2016

Nate Cohn (Fall 2010)
• featured in “After Wisconsin, Demographics Suggest Rougher Terrain For Sanders, Cruz,” NPR All Things Considered, April 6, 2016
• co-wrote “Bernie Sanders Does Better vs. Trump? Wouldn’t Be Prudent to Assume That,” The Upshot, May 23, 2016
• co-wrote “The Voting Habits of Americans Like You,” The Upshot, June 10, 2016
• wrote “How Trump Stands to Gain by Focusing on Gun Control,” The Upshot, June 14, 2016
• wrote “Why the Surprise Over ‘Brexit’? Don’t Blame the Polls,” The Upshot, June 24, 2016
• wrote “Confused by Contradictory Polls? Take a Step Back,” The Upshot, July 18, 2016
• wrote “The One Demographic That Is Hurting Hillary Clinton,” The Upshot, July 25, 2016
• wrote “Why Hillary Clinton’s Polling Bounce Has a Better Chance to Persist,” The Upshot, August 2, 2016
• wrote “The State of the Clinton-Trump Race: Is It Over?” The Upshot, August 15, 2016
• wrote “What are the Chances That Democrats Retake the House?” The Upshot, August 23, 2016
• wrote “How the Obama Coalition Crumbled, Leaving an Opening for Trump” The Upshot, December 23, 2016

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011)
• wrote “IAEA Finds Iran Did Weapons Work,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• co-wrote “A Fourth North Korean Nuclear Test: What It Means; What Must Be Done,” Arms Control Now, January 6, 2016
• guest on “Fact-checking North Korea’s H-bomb claim,” 89.3 KPCC’s AirTalk, January 6, 2016
• quoted in “Obama in the Crosshairs After North Korean Blast,” Foreign Policy, January 6, 2016
• quoted in “Iran pours concrete into nuclear reactor, expects sanctions relief,” The Washington Post, January 11, 2016
• wrote “The Nonproliferation Impact of Iran Nuclear Deal Implementation Day,” Arms Control Now, January 17, 2016
• wrote “Iran deal implementation marks nonproliferation milestone,” The Hill, January 25, 2016
• interviewed on radioactive material stolen in Iraq, CNN, February 18, 2016
• wrote “Iridium in Iraq: Wake Up Call on Radioactive Source Security,” Arms Control Now, February 22, 2016
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert, February 26,” Arms Control Now, February 26, 2016
• wrote “China Elevates Nuclear Rocket Force,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “Global Partners to Pick Up Summit Work,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• co-wrote “Nuclear Summit Seeks Sustainable Results,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “States Meet to Enhance WMD Initiative,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• co-wrote “The Nuclear Security Summit: Accomplishments of the Process,” Arms Control Association, March 2016
• quoted in “Iran vows to keep firing ballistic missiles,” The Washington Post, March 10, 2016
• wrote “Iran’s Absence from the Nuclear Security Summit is a Missed Opportunity,” The Atlantic Council’s IranInsight blog, March 28, 2016
• wrote “Russia’s Absence Should Not Be Focal Point of Summit,” Arms Control Now, March 28, 2016
• wrote “India’s Submarine Completes Tests,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• wrote “Iran’s Missile Tests Raise Concerns,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• wrote “Plutonium Moved in Run-Up to Summit,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• co-wrote “Live Blogging the Nuclear Security Summit,” Arms Control Now, April 1, 2016
• commented on “As Leaders Gather for Nuclear Summit, A Look Back at Progress and Pitfalls,” NPR’s All Things Considered, April 2, 2016
• spoke on “South Korea: North Korea may have mid-range nuclear capability,” CNN, April 6, 2016
• co-wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert,” Arms Control Now, April 27, 2016
• wrote “Obama Hails Nuclear Security Milestone,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• spoke at “Chain Reaction: Women in Security,” Ploughshares Fund, June 6, 2016
• wrote “Anti-Nuclear Terrorism Initiative Turns 10,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “China Expands Missile Arsenal,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “U.S. Purchases Iranian Heavy Water,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• quoted in “The German Ambassador said the deal did not try to ‘influence Iran’s regional policies or change the character of the regime,'” The Jerusalem Post, June 21, 2016
• co-wrote “Assessing Progress on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament,” An Arms Control Association Report, July 2016
• wrote “India Joins Ballistic Missile Initiatives,” Arms Control Today, July/August, 2016
• co-interviewed Ambassador Gérard Araud in “A French View on the Iran Deal: An Interview with Gérard Araud,” Arms Control Today, July/August, 2016
• wrote “Global Initiatives Sets Priorities,” Arms Control Today, July/August, 2016
• wrote “India Joins Ballistic Missile Initiatives,” Arms Control Today, July/August, 2016
• co-interviewed Ambassador Gérard Araud in “A French View on the Iran Deal: An Interview with Gérard Araud,” Arms Control Today, July/August, 2016
• spoke at “Nuclear Policy for the Next Administration,” Delta Phi Epsilon Society for Foreign Affairs, July 6, 2016
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert,” Arms Control Now, July 12, 2016
• spoke on perceptions of WMD in media, Timbie Forum, July 14, 2016
• wrote “The Next President and the Iran Nuclear Deal,” Huffington Post, July 19, 2016
• wrote “North Korea Shifts on Denuclearization,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• wrote “Iran Request IAEA Review Security,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• wrote “Syria Cited for Chemical Weapons,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• wrote “India to Deploy Missiles Near China,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• co-wrote “South Korea to Deploy U.S. Defense System,” Arms Control Today, September 1, 2016
• quoted in “Think tank says Iran given ‘secret’ exemptions to nuclear deal,” The Washington Post, September 1, 2016
• quoted in “Kim Jong-un’s growing nuclear arsenal could force US back to negotiating table,” The Guardian, September 9, 2016
• quoted in “These North Korean missile launches are adding up to something very troubling,” The Washington Post, September 9, 2016
• co-wrote “Statement on North Korea’s 5th Nuclear Test,” Arms Control Now, September 9, 2016
• interviewed in “Iran nuclear program under stringent monitoring,” Kurdistan 24, September 25, 2016
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Alert Deal,” Arms Control Now, September 30, 2016
• wrote “Officials Differ on Iran Deal Reporting,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “Last CW Material Removed from Libya,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “North Korea Conducts Fifth Nuclear Test,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “IAEA Condemns North Korea’s Actions,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• wrote “UN Struggles Over North Korea’s Actions,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• wrote “Syria Blamed for Chlorine Attack,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• quoted in “If Trump actually rips up the Iran deal, Tehran wins,” Vox, November 18, 2016
• wrote “Don’t Break the Iran Nuclear Deal,” Roll Call, November 22, 2016
• wrote “Trump Election Puts Iran Deal in Doubt,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• wrote “Trump Reassures South Korea on Security,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• wrote “Japan Signs Nuclear Accord with India,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• quoted in “Why Iran’s nuclear program is back on US agenda,” The Christian Science Monitor, December 1, 2016
• wrote “Dismantling the Iran Deal Would Be Dangerous and Unwise,” Arms Control Issue Brief, December 13, 2016
• wrote “The P5+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert,” Arms Control Now, December 21, 2016

Molly Dunigan (Fall 2002)
• quoted in “Overseas Deployments Spell Opportunities in Military Contracting,” ClearanceJobs.com, March 16, 2016
• co-edited “The Market of Force Privatization of Security Across World Regions,” University of Pennsylvania Press, May 2016
• co-wrote “Expeditionary Civilians,” RAND Corporation, June 9, 2016
• co-wrote “Moving Beyond Population-Centric Vs. Enemy-Centric Counterinsurgency,” RAND Corporation, October 31, 2016

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote “The reunification guessing game,” The Hankyoreh, January 3, 2016
• wrote “Between Rocks and a Hard Place in Africa,” Foreign Policy, January 11, 2016
• wrote “Wrestling with Wrestling Jerusalem,” Foreign Policy in Focus, January 19, 2016
• wrote “Obama and Rouhani Win Diplomatic Jackpot,” Fair Observer, January 20, 2016
• wrote “Life in the Grey Zone,” The Huffington Post, January 28, 2016
• wrote “The Leader Our Foreign Policy Deserves,” The Huffington Post, February 4, 2016
• wrote “The Art of Dissidence and Diplomacy,” Fair Observer, February 10, 2016
• wrote “Darkness at High Noon,” The Huffington Post, February 19, 2016
• wrote “Poland’s Tea Party Movement,” Foreign Policy in Focus, February 24, 2016
• wrote “The eclipse of Sunshine,” The Hankyoreh, March 6, 2016
• wrote “Does Turkey Have a Place in Europe?” Fair Observer, March 16, 2016
• wrote “Cuba: Hope and Change?” LobeLog, March 23, 2016
• wrote “Trump, Obama, and the Future of American Leadership,” LobeLog, March 30, 2016
• wrote “Iraq’s Artifacts of Exile,” LobeLog, April 6, 2016
• wrote “The Future of Europe Depends on This Vote in the Netherlands,” Foreign Policy in Focus, April 6, 2016
• wrote “How a Child is Made into a Suicide Bomber,” Fair Observer, April 13, 2016
• wrote “The Pentagon’s Potlach,” LobeLog, April 22, 2016
• wrote “Making China Great Again,” LobeLog, May 6, 2016
• wrote “Sadiq Khan and the End of Islamophobia,” Huffington Post, May 18, 2016
• wrote “The Music of Hopelessness,” Huffington Post, May 19, 2016
• wrote “Obama’s Nuclear Paradox,” LobeLog, June 2, 2016
• wrote “Venezuela: A Failed State in Latin America?” Huffington Post, June 9, 2016
• wrote “Orlando and the Future of Terrorism,” LobeLog, June 16, 2016
• wrote “Does the Brexit Vote Mark the End of Internationalism?” Foreign Policy in Focus, June 22, 2016
• wrote “Donald Trump and America B,” LobeLog, June 27, 2016
• wrote “The Hangover (British Version),” LobeLog, June 30, 2016
• wrote “The Gunman,” Huffington Post, July 14, 2016
• wrote “Bring in the Military,” LobeLog, July 21, 2016
• wrote “The Myth of Trump’s Alternate Worldview,” LobeLog, August 4, 2016
• wrote “Not the Candidate of Peace,” U.S. News, August 9, 2016
• wrote “The Revolt against the Elite,” LobeLog, August 11, 2016
• wrote “The Globalization of Trump,” LobeLog, August 18, 2016
• wrote “Is This the End of NATO?” Fair Observer, September 8, 2016
• wrote “YOLO Economics for Tomorrow’s World,” Fair Observer, September 15, 2016
• wrote “The Lost Language of Integration,” Common Dreams, September 29, 2016
• wrote “Colombia: Disturbing the Peace,” LobeLog, October 7, 2016
• wrote “Hands Off the Free Press,” Fair Observer, October 13, 2016
• wrote “It Can’t Happen Here (But It Just Did),” Fair Observer, November 10, 2016
• wrote “Bartleby the American,” Common Dreams, November 17, 2016
• wrote “What Europe Can Teach Us About Trump,” Eurasian Review, November 25, 2016
• wrote “Trump the Predictable,” Common Dreams, December 2, 2016
• wrote “The View from 2050: Donald Trump Changed Everything,” The Nation, December 6, 2016
• wrote “Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un: Soul Brothers?,” LobeLog, December 12, 2016
• wrote “The Art of Detente,” US News, December 15, 2016

Hannah Haegeland (Fall 2015)
• helped to produce “A Conversation with Dr. Rabia Akhtar,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, March 18, 2016
• wrote “Facing Armageddon in South Asia,” Foreign Affairs, March 31, 2016
• wrote “India’s Nuclear Dangers,” Foreign Policy, March 31, 2016
• co-wrote “SAV in DC: NGOs the Tip of the Spear in Tackling Nuclear Terror,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices, April 6, 2016
• co-wrote “Why the Nuclear Security Summit Alone Won’t Stop Nuclear Terrorism,” The Diplomat, April 12, 2016
• wrote “Nepal’s Pivot to China May Be Too Late,” The National Interest, May 20, 2016
• helped produce “A Conversation with Dr. Stephen Cohen,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, June 8, 2016
• produced “A Conversation with Salman Ahmad,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, June 21, 2016
• produced “SAV Visiting Fellowship,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, July 22, 2016
• appeared in “SAV Urdu Initiative,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, August 11, 2016
• produced “A Conversation with Michael Kugelman,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, October 8, 2016
• produced “A Conversation with Dr. Manoj Joshi,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, November 25, 2016
• interviewed Hussain Nadim about “CPEC and China-Pakistan relations,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, November 29, 2016

Cole Harvey (Spring 2009)
• wrote “Changes in the menu of manipulation: Electoral fraud, ballot stuffing, and voter pressure in the 2011 Russian election,” ScienceDirect, March 2016

Taylor Jo Isenberg (Fall 2010)
• interviewed in “Five Ways Millennials See Foreign Policy Differently,” Reinvent, January 21, 2016
• featured in “These two women are telling young people not to ‘wait their turn’ when it comes to politics,” Fusion, March 2, 2016

Gaurav Kampani (Spring 1997)
• co-wrote “Battling over Pakistan’s Battlefield Nuclear Weapons,” Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Quarterly Journal: International Security, Spring 2016
• wrote “India’s Evolving Civil-Military Institutions in an Operational Nuclear Context,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, June 30, 2016
• quoted in “Why India Wants France’s Dassault Rafale Fighter Jet: They Can Carry Nuclear Weapons,” The National Interest, September 21, 2016

Elise Keppler (Fall 1997)
• quoted in “ICC: First Major Hearing on LRA Crimes,” Human Rights Watch, January 21, 2016
• quoted in “ICC to Decide if Lord’s Resistance Army Ex-commander to Be Tried,” Voice of America, January 21, 2016
• wrote “Dispatches: On Africa and the ICC, Don’t Buy All the Hype,” Human Rights Watch, February 1, 2016
• wrote “Dispatches: Giving Justice the Slip in South Sudan,” Human Rights Watch, June 8, 2016
• quoted in “HRW Urges the AU to Establish a Hybrid Court in South Sudan” Voice of America, June 9, 2016
• wrote “This is what the conviction of Chad’s former dictator means for African human rights,” The Washington Post, June 10, 2016
• quoted in “Election of New Chair to Top AU Summit Agenda,” Voice of America, July 7, 2016
• wrote “Dispatches: Governments Defend ICC at African Union Summit,” Human Rights Watch, July 20, 2016
• wrote “African Members Reaffirm Support at International Criminal Court Meeting,” Human Rights Watch, November 17, 2016
• quoted in “ICC: First Lord’s Resistance Army Trial Begins,” Human Rights Watch, December 5, 2016
• wrote “Military Official Arrested for Guinea’s 2009 Stadium Massacre,” Human Rights Watch, December 20, 2016

Wardah Khalid (Spring 2015)
• wrote “As an American Muslim, I’m Tired of Having to Prove I Belong,” Vice, January 1, 2016
• appeared in “Young Activists Turn Hashtags into Rallying Cries,” ABC News Nightline, January 13, 2016
• interviewed on the challenges of the Syria peace talks, CCTV America, January 25, 2016
• wrote “Muslim Protectors: The Untold Story of the Holocaust,” The Huffington Post, February 1, 2016
• interviewed in “At Baltimore Mosque, Obama Tells Muslims: You’re Part of America Too,” NPR, February 4, 2016
• interviewed on Hillary Clinton’s presidential chances, CCTV America, February 9, 2016
• wrote “Obama’s Mosque Visit a Step Forward, But More Work Ahead,” The Huffington Post, February 11, 2016
• interviewed on Syria peace talks, CCTV America, February 25, 2016
• interviewed on the Brussels terrorist attacks, CCTV America, March 27, 2016
• spoke on “Confronting Prejudice and Hate,” Amnesty International USA’s 51st Annual General Meeting, April 2, 2016
• wrote “On Palestinian Human Rights, We in America Need to Move From Talk to Action,” Haaretz, April 19, 2016
• interviewed on anti-Muslim election rhetoric, The Guardian, April 22
• wrote “Why American Muslims should look beyond the White House,” CNN, May 6, 2016
• interviewed on why people remain in Syria and how to save their lives, CCTV America, June 15, 2016
• wrote “Don’t make gun control yet another way to persecute Muslims,” The Guardian, June 24, 2016
• quoted in “Muslim women face threats online,” Religion News Service, June 28, 2016
• interviewed in “CPA Then, Badass Policy Analyst Now: An Interview with Wardah Khalid,” The Tempest, July 18, 2016
• wrote “Want Peace between Israel and Palestine? The Iran Deal is a good guide,” The Guardian, September 21, 2016
• wrote “Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric could hurt Muslim investments in U.S.- and his wallet,” Salaam Gateway, October 16, 2016
• wrote “Ban or path to citizenship? How American immigration reform affects the global Islamic Economy,” Salaam Gateway, October 23, 2016
• interviewed on the role of Muslim Americans in the Presidential Election, CCTV America, November 3, 2016
• wrote “As a Muslim American, a Trump Presidency was my worst nightmare. But I’m not going anywhere,” Salaam Gateway, November 10, 2016
• wrote “The World, Not Just Assad, Is to Blame for Aleppo Tragedy,” Truthout, December 15, 2016

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• wrote “North Korea and Nuclear Testing,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• co-wrote “A Fourth North Korean Nuclear Test: What It Means; What Must Be Done,” Arms Control Now, January 6, 2016
• quoted in “How will the world deal with North Korea after its nuclear test claim?” LA Times, January 6, 2016
• quoted in “Obama in the Crosshairs After North Korean Blast,” Foreign Policy, January 6, 2016
• wrote “Nuclear Deal Implementation Day,” U.S. Institute of Peace’s Iran Primer, January 14, 2016
• interviewed on the Iran nuclear agreement, C-SPAN, January 18, 2016
• guest on “The US and Iran: Does Diplomacy Have a Future?” KCRW, January 19, 2016
• spoke on “The State of the Comprehensive Test Ban and Nonproliferation Treaties,” Arms Control Association, February 11, 2016
• spoke on “Rightsizing the U.S. Nuclear Force and Budget,” 2016 Nuclear Deterrence Summit, February 17, 2016
• wrote “Back to the Nuclear Brink?” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• co-wrote “Countries Pledge Renewed CTBT Effort,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “U.S. Floats New Fissile Talks Formula,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• co-wrote “After Tougher Sanctions, Effective Engagement Needed to Curb North Korean Nuclear and Missile Threat,” Arms Control Now, March 2, 2016
• quoted in “U.N. Toughens Sanctions on North Korea in Response to Its Nuclear Program,” The New York Times, March 2, 2016
• quoted in “Iran’s Missile Tests and the Nuclear Deal,” The New York Times, March 10, 2016
• commented on “Air Force Investigating Alleged Drug Use Among Airmen at Nuclear Base,” NBC Nightly News, March 18, 2016
• quoted in “Russia’s ‘ahead of us’ on technology used in Open Skies observation flights, StratCom warns,” Omaha World-Herald, March 27, 2016
• wrote “ICJ Hears Nuclear Disarmament Case,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• wrote “Nuclear Disarmament Summitry,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• quoted in “G-7 foreign ministers to weigh nuclear future at Hiroshima meeting,” Japan Times, April 9, 2016
• spoke on challenges on disarmament and opportunities for progress, Framework Forum Roundtable organized by the Canadian Mission, the Middle Powers Initiative, and Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung, April 18, 2016
• co-wrote “Ban the Bomb Tests,” Project Syndicate, April 27, 2016
• wrote “Kerry, G7 Ministers Visit A-Bomb Site” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• wrote “Obama Should Visit Hiroshima and Move Forward the Discussion of a Nuke-Free World,” Tulsa World, May 4, 2016
• wrote “In Hiroshima, Obama should chart course for nuclear weapons free world,” Kyodo News, May 11, 2016
• spoke on a panel discussing, “The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty at 20: Prospects for Ratification and the Enduring Risks of Nuclear Testing,” American Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 19, 2016
• interviewed on Obama’s trip to Hiroshima, The Hankyoreh, May 23, 2016
• quoted in “In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons” The Washington Post, May 27, 2016
• wrote “Obama’s India Nuclear Blindspot,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “Obama Addresses Hiroshima Experience,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “Nuclear Suppliers Consider India Bid,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• discussed upcoming nuclear challenges at “Global Nuclear Challenges and Solutions for the Next U.S. President,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, June 6, 2016
• quoted in “Obama and India’s Modi promise deals on climate change and energy,” The Washington Post, June 7, 2016
• interviewed for “The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Turns 20. It’s an anniversary worth celebrating,” Global Dispatches Conversations about World Affairs, June 15, 2016
• wrote “Leaders Convene to Push Test Ban Treaty,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2016
• wrote “Nuclear Suppliers Divided on India Bid,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2016
• wrote “Taking First-Use of Nukes Off the Table: Good for the United States and the World,” War on the Rocks, July 14, 2016
• quoted in “Will the Iran Nuclear Deal Survive?” The New Yorker, July 14, 2016
• wrote “Air Force seeks new land and air launched nukes,” The Washington Post, July 29, 2016
• quoted in “Putin, Obama Should ‘Jointly Reaffirm Commitment to Nuclear Nonproliferation’,” Sputnik International, August 3, 2016
• wrote “Obama’s Nuclear Test Moratorium Is Common Sense,” The National Interest, August 14, 2016
• co-wrote “Rethink oldthink on no use first,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, August 29, 2016
• co-wrote “Statement on North Korea’s 5th Nuclear Test,” Arms Control Now, September 9, 2016
• wrote “The UN and the Test Ban,” Arms Control Now, August 30, 2016
• interviewed in “Time is on the side of the regime in Pyongyang,” The Hankyoreh, September 15, 2016
• co-wrote “It’s time to cut American’s nuclear arsenal,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, September 30, 2016
• wrote “The Debate Over Banning the Bomb,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “Impact of the Iran Nuclear Deal: Fact-Checking the Fact Checkers,” Arms Control Now, October 5, 2016
• quoted in “U.S. Seeks to Scupper Proposed Ban on Nuclear Arms,” Foreign Policy, October 21, 2016
• wrote “Vote to Begin Treaty Negotiations to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons a Step Forward,” Press Room Arms Control Association, October 27, 2016
• co-wrote “Next Steps on U.S.-Russia INF Treaty Dispute,” Arms Control Issue Brief, October 25, 2016
• wrote “Hold Syria Accountable on the CWC,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• quoted in “Uncertainty Over Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Risks Global Instability,” New York Times, November 9, 2016
• wrote “Mr. Trump and the Bomb,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• wrote “UN Extends Syria CW Investigation,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• wrote “Nuclear Suppliers Discuss Membership,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• interviewed in “Nuclear agreement not a deal solely between U.S. and Iran,” The Tehran Times, December 13, 2016
• wrote “NSG Membership Proposal Would Undermine Nonproliferation,” Arms Control Now, December 21, 2016
• co-wrote “Trump Tweet Could Signal Dangerous Policy Shift,” Arms Control Now, December 22, 2016

Brian Klein (Fall 2008)
• quoted in “A million artisanal gold miners in Madagascar wait to come out of the shadows,” The Guardian, November 15, 2016

Kristy Kumar (Spring 2014)
• wrote “Saving Human Trafficking Survivors from their ‘Saviors,'” Human Trafficking Center blog, April 6, 2016

Vrinda Manglik (Fall 2008)
• wrote “Financial Innovation Event Highlights Huge Opportunities for Off-Grid Sector,” The Huffington Post, March 25, 2016
• wrote “New $50 Million Fund Means Better Access to Finance for Companies Operating Beyond the Grid,” The Huffington Post, October 20, 2016
• wrote “The Fate of Light and Truth,” Yale Daily News, December 8, 2016

Shane Mason (Spring 2014)
• helped to produce “A Conversation with Dr. Rabia Akhtar,” Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices podcast, March 18, 2016
• wrote “India’s Achilles’ Heel,” Foreign Affairs, March 22, 2016
• quoted in “U.S. defense secretary visits India on mission to draw militaries closer,” Reuters, April 11, 2016
• wrote “In Defense of Obama’s Nuclear Record,” The National Interest, April 22, 2016
• co-edited “The Lure and Pitfalls of MIRVs,” Stimson Center Report, May 2016
• co-wrote “India Needs to Understand the Causes of its NSG Embarrassment,” The Wire, June 27, 2016
• co-created “Nuclear South Asia,” The Stimson’s Center Open Online Course, July 12, 2016
• wrote “Military Budgets in India and Pakistan,” Stimson Center, October 2016

James McKeon (Fall 2014)
• contributed to the Center for Arms Control and Non-proliferation’s Fiscal Year 2017 Defense Spending Request Briefing Book, February 2016
• wrote “European Reassurance Initiative lacks Reassurance,” Nukes of Hazard blog, February 9, 2016
• wrote “Center Holds Capitol Hill Briefing on Pentagon Budget,” Nukes of Hazard blog, March 1, 2016
• wrote “Hiroshima A Nuclear Past and Future,” Nukes of Hazard blog, May 10, 2016
• wrote “Time to Give the Iran Deal a Chance,” Real Clear Defense, June 14, 2016
• wrote “North Korea Conducts 5th Nuclear Test; Status Quo Woefully Ineffective,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 8, 2016
• quoted on about Donald Trump Tweets On Expanding U.S. Nuclear Capabilities, CBS News, December 22, 2016

Robert Taj Moore (Fall 2011)
• wrote “United Nations Security Council Resolution 2270,” Lawfare blog, March 4, 2016
• wrote a book review of The World According to Star Wars (Cass R. Sunstein), The Strategy Bridge, July 20, 2016
• wrote “Uncle Sam Wants YOU on Mars,” The Arts of the Future, 2016
• wrote “Figuring Out the Future,” The Arts of the Future, 2016
• wrote “Studying Star Wars’ Rebellions,” The Arts of the Future, 2016
• wrote “Narratives and Positivity in the Middle East,” The Arts of the Future, 2016
• wrote “The Army’s Battle for Big Ideas,” The Arts of the Future, 2016

Elizabeth Philipp (Fall 2015)
• wrote “North Korea Claims Hydrogen Bomb Test,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• wrote “North Korea Tests Sea-Based Missiles,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• wrote “UN, Others Respond to N. Korean Moves,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• updated “UN Security Council Resolutions on North Korea,” Arms Control Association, March 2016
• co-wrote “After Tougher Sanctions, Effective Engagement Needed to Curb North Korean Nuclear and Missile Threat,” Arms Control Now, March 2, 2016
• wrote “Stemming North Korean Proliferation Today,” Arms Control Now, March 10, 2016
• wrote “Is North Korea’s Nuclear Program Irreversible?” The National Interest, March 19, 2016
• wrote “China Backs Peace Talks for North Korea,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• wrote “States Adopt New North Korea Sanctions,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• wrote “States Deepen Cooperation in North Korea,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• wrote “North Korea Ramps Up Missile Effort,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• co- wrote “North Korea’s Nuclear and Missile Tests Set the Stage for Party Congress,” Arms Control Now, May 4, 2016
• wrote “North Korea Tests Land, Sea Missiles,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “BWC Committee Makes Preparations ,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “Resuming Negotiations with North Korea,” North Korea Nuclear Policy Brief, Arms Control Association, June 24, 2016
• wrote “UN, IAEA Denounce N. Korea Actions,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2016
• co-wrote “Assessing Progress on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament,” An Arms Control Association Report, July 2016
• co-interviewed Ambassador Gérard Araud in “A French View on the Iran Deal: An Interview with Gérard Araud,” Arms Control Today, July/August, 2016

Cody Poplin (Fall 2013)
• wrote “Judge Denies Abu Khattala Request to be Returned to Libya and Spared Death Penalty,” Lawfare blog, February 3, 2016
• wrote “What’s in the CIA’s Note to the Reader on the SSCI Torture Report?” Lawfare blog, February 11, 2016
• wrote “Obama Administration Plan to Close Guantanamo,” Lawfare blog, February 23, 2016
• interviewed on “Guantanamo as Propaganda,” NPR’s On the Media, February 26, 2016
• wrote “This Week’s 9/11 Military Commissions Hearings Cancelled,” Lawfare blog, April 4, 2016
• wrote “Senators Kelly Ayotte and Mark Kirk Introduce Bills to Halt GTMO Transfers,” Lawfare blog, April 6, 2016
• wrote “ODNI Releases Three FISC Opinions,” Lawfare blog, April 20, 2016
• co-wrote “Sextortion: Cybersecurity, teenagers, and remote sexual assault,” Brookings Center for Technology Innovation Brief, May 2016
• co-wrote “Closing the sextortion sentencing gap: A legislative proposal,” Brookings Center for Technology Innovation Brief, May 2016
• wrote “2nd Circuit Rules Against US Government in Microsoft Case,” Lawfare blog, July 14, 2016
• wrote “House Intel Committee Releases Missing 28 Pages from 9/11 Inquiry,” Lawfare blog, July 15, 2016
• wrote “DOD Revises Law of War Manual,” Lawfare blog, July 25, 2016
• wrote “Pentagon Releases New Procedures for Intelligence Collection,” Lawfare blog, August 10, 2016
• co-wrote “The Law Under Attack in Pakistan,” Lawfare blog, August 12, 2016

Charles Powell (Spring 2016)
• wrote “How the Nuclear Security Summit Fosters Scientific Innovation,” Nuclear Threat Initiative blog, March 24, 2016
• spoke on “Initiating Science Diplomacy in Complex Environments: NTI-CENESS Nuclear Dialogues,” AAAS Center for Science and Diplomacy, May 5, 2016

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• co-interviewed former Defense Secretary William Perry on nuclear risks, Arms Control Association, January/February 2016
• wrote “Cost Estimates Rise for UK Submarine,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• wrote “Hill Denies Money for Submarine Fund,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• wrote “New Cruise Missile Capability Debated,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• wrote “Poland Backs Away From Nuclear Sharing,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• wrote “U.S. Broadens Response on INF Treaty,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2016
• featured in “Skype Takes Wood Oaks Students to D.C.,” Daily North Shore, January 31, 2016
• quoted in “Is the Pentagon’s Budget About To Be Nuked?” Defense News, February 5, 2016
• wrote “Last Obama Budget Goes for Broke on Nuclear Weapons,” Arms Control Now, February 9, 2016
• quoted in “U.S. test-fires ICBMs to stress its power to Russia, North Korea,” Reuters, February 26, 2016
• wrote “Budget Would Raise Nuclear Spending,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “Interim Step on HEU Reactors Proposed,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• co-wrote “Nuclear Summit Seeks Sustainable Results,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “Pentagon Wants to Resume JLENS Exercise,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• co-wrote “Terminate MOX Fuel Plant, Budget Says,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “U.S. Will Skip Disarmament Meetings,” Arms Control Today, March 2016
• wrote “Cruise Control: Why the U.S. Should Not Buy a New Nuclear Air-Launched Cruise Missile,” War on the Rocks, March 21, 2016
• quoted in “Belgium Attacks Loom Over Final Nuclear Security Summit,” Defense News, March 27, 2016
• quoted in “‘Total catastrophe’: Experts say Donald Trump’s position on nuclear proliferation would be a disaster,” Business Insider, March 30, 2016
• wrote “Air Force Seeks Mobile ICBM Option,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• wrote “New Missile Defense Concepts Advance,” Arms Control Today, April 2016
• co-wrote “Live Blogging the Nuclear Security Summit,” Arms Control Now, April 1, 2016
• wrote “This Debate Over a New Cruise Missile Has Gone Nuclear,” War on the Rocks, April 5, 2016
• wrote “On Nuclear Security, U.S. Must Put Its Money Where Its Mouth Is,” Arms Control Association Issue Brief, April 15, 2016
• co-wrote “Summit Looks Ahead Amid Concerns,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• wrote “U.S. Russian INF Treaty Breach Persists,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• wrote “U.S. Reveals New Data on Nuclear Costs,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• wrote “Hill Blocks JLENS Funding,” Arms Control Today, May 2016
• quoted in “Republican Don’t Want to Know Costs of U.S. Nuclear Arsenal,” The Intercept, May 2, 2016
• wrote “Momentum Builds for Nuclear Ban Treaty,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “Romania Missile Defense Site Activated,” Arms Control Today, June 2016
• wrote “Examining the Flawed Rationale for a New Nuclear Air-Launched Cruise Missile,” Issue Briefs Arms Control Association, June 12, 2016
• wrote “Obama Weighs Nuclear Options,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2016
• wrote “Pentagon Completes Missile Defense Study,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2016
• wrote “Air Force Clarifies New ICBM Plans,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2016
• quoted in “Air Force Kicks Off Program to Replace Minuteman III Missiles,” National Defense, August 2016
• wrote “UAE Still Committed to Nuclear Pact,” Arms Control Today, August 2016
• quoted in “Donald Trump, Perhaps Unwittingly, Exposes Paradox of Nuclear Arms,” The New York Times, August 3, 2016
• wrote “No, Nuclear Modernization Doesn’t Cost Less Than You Think,” Arms Control Now, August 3, 2016
• wrote “Trump, Clinton and our nuclear wake up call,” CNN, August 13, 2016
• quoted in “Before Trump, Americans hadn’t worried this much about nuclear weapons since the Cold War,” Los Angeles Times, August 18, 2016
• cited in “The nuclear weapons debate we need,” The Washington Post, August 28, 2016
• co-wrote “Rethink oldthink on no use first,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, August 29, 2016
• wrote “New Cruise Missiles to Cost $11 Billion,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• wrote “Group Seeks Nuclear Ban Negotiations,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• wrote “NATO Highlights Role of Nuclear Weapons,” Arms Control Today, September 2016
• co-wrote “South Korea to Deploy U.S. Defense System,” Arms Control Today, September 1, 2016
• quoted in “Donald Trump debate transcript: analyzing his claims issue by issue,” The Guardian, September 27, 2016
• co-wrote “It’s time to cut American’s nuclear arsenal,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, September 30, 2016
• wrote “UN Weighs Nuclear Weapons Ban Talk,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “Price Tag Rising for Planned ICBMs,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “NNSA Eyes Shift in Naval Nuclear Fuel,” Arms Control Today, October 2016
• wrote “The Case for No-First-Use,” The Cipher Brief, October 5, 2016
• quoted in “Updated B61 Nuclear Bomb to Cost $8.25 Billion,” Defense News, October 19, 2016
• quoted in “The Clinton team found the start of the most famous political ad in history to pound Trump,” Vox, October 31, 2016
• co-wrote “Next Steps on U.S.-Russia INF Treaty Dispute,” Arms Control Issue Brief, October 25, 2016
• wrote “Russia Suspends Plutonium Agreement,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• wrote “UN Approves Start of Nuclear Ban Talks,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• wrote “B61 Bomb Cost Updated to $8.3 Billion,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• wrote “U.S. to Press Russia on INF Dispute,” Arms Control Today, November 2016
• quoted in “The Pentagon is so focused on nukes, it may lose its conventional military edge,” Business Insider, November 4, 2016
• wrote “Controversial Nuclear Ban Talks to Begin,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• wrote “U.S., Russia Discuss INF Disputes,” Arms Control Today, December 2016
• quoted in “Nuclear Threats Rise in Concert with Trump’s Ascension,” Roll Call, December 13, 2016
• co-wrote “Trump Tweet Could Signal Dangerous Policy Shift,” Arms Control Now, December 22, 2016

John Rodriguez (Spring 2015)
• wrote “My Muslim brothers-in-arms,” The Boston Globe, January 31, 2016

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• co-wrote a review of The Notorious Mr. Bout, Arms Control Now, January 12, 2016
• moderated a panel on The Notorious Mr. Bout, Stimson Center, January 13, 2016
• moderated a panel on U.S. drone policy, Stimson Center, February 23, 2016
• wrote “Obama’s failing record on drones,” USA Today, February 23, 2016
• quoted in “‘Virtually no progress’ on making Obama’s lethal drone strike policy more transparent, report says,” The Washington Post, February 23, 2016
• quoted in Obama Administration Makes ‘No Progress’ On Drone Program Transparency, NPR, February 23, 2016
• wrote “Grading the Obama Administration’s Progress on Drone Policy,” Lawfare blog, February 29, 2016
• interviewed on “Countering Drones,” The Cipher Brief, March 9, 2016
• co-wrote “Reflection on Obama’s Landmine Legacy,” Stimson Center, April 4, 2016
• moderated a panel on “Global Military Spending and the Arms Trade: Trends & Implications,” Stimson Center, April 5, 2016
• co-wrote “‘Eye in the Sky’ Captures Drone Policy Debate for Filmgoers,” Arms Control Now, May 3, 2016
• moderated a panel on “Drone Proliferation,” Stimson Center, May 17, 2016
• moderated a discussion on “Drone Proliferation: Impacts on Security, Strategy, and Policy,” Stimson Center, May 17, 2016
• co-wrote “The ATT and Transparency,” Forum on the Arms Trade, May 23, 2016
• wrote “It’s time for transparency in the US lethal drone program,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June 16, 2016
• interviewed for the “Interrupter Series,” Foreign Policy Interrupted, June 17, 2016
• quoted in “Implications Of New FAA Commercial Drone Rules,” The Cipher Brief, June 22, 2016
• quoted in “Drone Strike Statistics Answer Few Questions, and Raise Many,” The New York Times, July 3, 2016
• spoke on a panel “Drone Data and Transparency: Putting New Drone Casualty Data into Perspective,” Stimson Center, July 6, 2016
• quoted in “White House Drone Release is Big on Numbers, Short on Detail,” Foreign Policy, July 1, 2016
• wrote “Halfway to Transparency on Drone Strikes,” Breaking Defense, July 12, 2016
• co-wrote “Afghanistan Missing from Obama Administration’s Annual Child Soldier List,” Stimson Center, June 30, 2016
• co-wrote “The Feds Just Put the US Back In The Global Drone Race,” Wired, July 17, 2016
• co-wrote “Child soldiers in South Sudan: President Obama’s last chance for help,” The Hill, July 27, 2016
• co-wrote “Two Options for South Sudan and Neither of Them Is Good,” Foreign Affairs, July 27, 2016
• contributed to “ATT Monitor Report 2016,” Control Arms, August 22, 2016
• wrote “No Further Excuses: Report from Arms Trade Treaty Conference,” Arms Control Now, August 30, 2016
• wrote “Second Arms Trade Treaty Conference of States Parties: Big on Process, Light on Substance,” Stimson Center, August 31, 2016
• wrote “The Pitfalls of the Pentagon Taking the Lead on U.S. Security Assistance,” World Politics Review, September 20, 2016
• co-wrote “Block U.S. Arms Sales to Stop Indiscriminate Bombing in Yemen,” Breaking Defense, September 16, 2016
• co-wrote “Rocky or Rock Solid? The U.S.-Philippine Military Relationship,” Stimson Center, September 28, 2016
• wrote “New Draft on Drone Export Rules ‘More Problematic’ Than Original,” Defense News, September 29, 2016
• co-wrote “Obama’s Lost Opportunity on Child Soldiers,” U.S. News, September 30, 2016
• wrote “The Obama’s Administration New Declaration on Export and Use of Drones,” Stimson Center, October 5, 2016
• quoted in “The Costs of Killing: Targeted Drone Strikes,” The McGill International Review, October 18, 2016
• wrote “Drones: A Challenge to the Law of Armed Conflict,” The Cipher Brief, November 22, 2016
• wrote “The Drone Memos Offers a Critique of Obama Administration’s ‘Shortsighted’ Policies on Targeted Killing,” Just Security, December 13, 2016
• wrote “Conventional Weapons: Obama’s Missed Opportunities,” Arms Control Association, December 2016

Greg Terryn (Fall 2014)
• co-wrote “North Korean H-bomb? Not yet, but time is not on our side,” The Hill, January 18, 2016
• contributed to the Center for Arms Control and Non-proliferation’s Fiscal Year 2017 Defense Spending Request Briefing Book, February 2016
• interviewed in “Deciding Whether to Reinvest in 21st-Century Nuclear Weapons,” Reinvent, January 27, 2016
• quoted in “Six Things You Should Know About the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Arsenal,” Reinvent, February 1, 2016
• wrote, “Reducing the U.S. Nuclear Arsenal: Current Plans and Challenges to Implementation,” part of a collection of papers from the 2015 Project on Nuclear Issues Conference Series, Center for Strategic and International Studies, June 2016

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• wrote “Hiroshima and Obama’s nuclear disarmament legacy for future generations,” Asia Times, April 12, 2016
• quoted in “Monterey plays host to disarmament conference for teens,” Monterey Herald, April 14, 2016
• wrote “2016-2017 Critical Issues Forum Focuses on CTBT,” Center for Nonproliferation Studies, December 29, 2016

Allie Van Dine (Fall 2014)
• contributed to the NTI 2016 Nuclear Security Index, Nuclear Threat Initiative, January 2016
• wrote “Blog. Tweet. Write. Speak. Millennials Must Make their Voices Heard at #NSS2016,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, March 17, 2016
• spoke on “Emerging Unconventional Threats: The Relationship Between Space, Cyber and Nuclear,” CSIS’ Project on Nuclear Issues, April 12, 2016
• wrote “The Cyber Threat to Nuclear Facilities,” PONI Debates the Issues Blog Nuclear Threat Initiative, May 17, 2016
• spoke on cyber threats at nuclear facilities, The Institute of Materials Management, July 28, 2016
• wrote “Transformative Guiding Principles for Implementing Cybersecurity at Nuclear Facilities,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, July 21, 2016
• wrote “Tackling the Nuclear Cyber Threat,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, October 24, 2016
• co-wrote “Outpacing Cyber Threats,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, December 2016
• wrote “Outpacing Cyber Hackers,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, December 7, 2016

Julia Watson (Spring 2016)
• wrote “Martin Luther King, Jr.’s ‘Beyond Vietnam’ Speech and Peacebuilding Policy Today,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, April 8, 2016
• wrote “Closing Reflections on Activism & Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, April 29, 2016
• wrote “Addressing Water Security to Prevent Conflict in Northern Jordan,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, May 4, 2016
• wrote “Community Reconciliation and Conflict Resolution in Guinea’s Forest Region,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, May 11, 2016
• wrote “Teaching Tolerance in Indonesian Schools,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, May 17, 2016
• wrote “5 Reasons Why Obama’s Newest Executive Order Will Work,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, May 27, 2016
• wrote “Failures in Yemen: Prioritizing Counterterrorism over Peacebuilding,”Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, June 1, 2016
• wrote “The World Humanitarian Summit: We Need Action on Peacebuilding,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, June 14, 2016
• wrote “Blueprint on Preventing Mass Violence for the Next President,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, June 23, 2016
• wrote “Smart Security,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, June 29, 2016
• created infographic “Invest in Smart Security,” Friends Committee on National Legislation blog, August 30, 2016
• helped manage and coordinate “A Necessary Good: U.S. Leadership on Preventing Mass Atrocities,” Friends Committee on National Legislation Report, November 2016

Joan Whelan (Spring 1998)
• quoted in “Pathways to Resilience: Evidence on Links Between Conflict Management, Natural Resources, and Food Security,” New Security Beat, April 26, 2016

Audrey Williams (Fall 2013)
• wrote “Summit or Jamboree? A Brief Assessment of the World Humanitarian Summit,” Global Policy and Strategy Institute, June 28, 2016
• wrote “Year of Carnage in Turkey Derails Academic Exchange with U.S.,” American Thinker, October 29, 2016
• wrote “Will the AKP-Gülen split endanger Turkey-Africa relations?,” Independent Turkey, October 26, 2016
• wrote “Approach with caution: Trump a foreign policy livewire for Turkey,” Independent Turkey, November 14, 2016
• wrote “Aleppo ceasefire collapses as Ankara sinks further into Syrian quagmire,” Independent Turkey, December 14, 2016
• wrote “Washington sidelined over Syria, Russian ambassador’s assassination,” Independent Turkey, December 21, 2016

Felicia Wong (Fall 1988)
• quoted in “How Donald Trump and Sanders tapped America’s economic rage,” CNN, March 9, 2016
• interview in “The next step in Hillary Clinton’s economic direction,” Marketplace, August 1, 2016
• quoted in “With a comfortable lead, Clinton begins laying plans for her White House agenda,” The Washington Post, August 20, 2016