February 2013 Update

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Scoville Fellowship Update February 2013

We have added three people to our board of directors in the past few months:
Heather Hurlburt, Executive Director of the National Security Network, Diane Randall, Executive Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, and Deborah Rosenblum, Executive Vice President of the Nuclear Threat Initiative. In addition to the benefits of having these people with diverse experience, adding board members will also help us review an increasingly large number of applications. Read our press releases about the new board members Deborah G. RosenblumHeather Hurlburt, and Diane Randall.

We have added the Brookings Institution as a host organization for fellows to work with their Arms Control and Non-Proliferatiom Initiative. This will increase the options of host organizations with which Scoville Fellows may work.

We recently created a new page on our website listing the jobs and graduate school activities of former Scoville Fellows related to international peace and security.

Following are recent publications of former Scoville Fellows. For the most current information see our twitter page @ScovillePF.

Usha Sahay (Fall 2012, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation) co-wrote Bringing the Troops Home, But Not Soon Enough in The Hill’s Congress Blo

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011, Arms Control Association) and Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989, Physicians for Social Responsibility) were among the authors of an Arms Control Association report Solving the Iranian Nuclear Puzzle

Javier Serrat (Spring 2011, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies) wrote North Korea, Iran Highlight Proliferation Risks of Knowledge Transfers in World Politics Review

Robert Golan-Vilella (Fall 2010, Arms Control Association) wrote North Korea Is Irrelevant to Size of U.S. Nuclear Arsenal in The National Interest

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation) wrote Atomic Bond about the Hagel nomination and nuclear reductions Foreign Policy and
The Banality of Unilateral Nuclear Cuts in Time. 

Masako Toki (Fall 2001, Union of Concerned Scientists) co-wrote Time to Stop Reprocessing in Japan that appeared in Arms Control Today.

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999, Arms Control Association/Federation of American Scientists) co-wrote reviews of six books, Shadow Wars: Covert Operations Against Iran’s Nuclear Program that appeared in The Nonproliferation Review.

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997, British American Security Information Council) co-wrote Why Arming Syrian Rebels Is A Bad Idea in POLITICO.

John Feffer (Spring 1988, Nuclear Times) wrote North Korea’s Nuclear Theater in the Huffington Post.

Scoville Fellows also contributed to two recently-published books:

Nate Cohn (Fall 2010, Stimson Center) wrote a chapter on demographics in a book about the 2012 election Barack Obama and the New America: The 2012 Election and the Changing Face of Politics  (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers).

E. Scott Adler (Spring 1989, Union of Concerned Scientists & Center for Defense Information) co-wrote Congress and the Politics of Problem Solving (Cambridge University Press).