2012 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2012 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• co-wrote “Turkey and America Face Iran,” Survival: Global Politics and Strategy, Volume 54, Issue 2 April-May 2012
• co-wrote “Turkish-Iranian Relations: From “Friends with Benefits” to
“It’s Complicated”,” Insight Turkey, Vol 14, No. 4. 2012
• co-wrote “Shadow Wars: Covert Operations Against Iran’s Nuclear Program,” The Nonproliferation Review, November 2012, Volume 19 Number 3

Alex Bollfrass (Spring 2007)
• co-wrote Preventing A Nuclear-Armed Iran: A Phased Grand Agenda, Woodrow Wilson School’s Graduate Policy Workshop, January 2012
• spoke at RUSI’s UK PONI Conference on “Crisis Stability of an Iranian Virtual Nuclear Arsenal,” May 10, 2012

Sarah Chankin Gould (Fall 2003)
• presented “Targeting Armed Violence: An Overview of International Small Arms Aid in the Former Yugoslavia.” International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Diego, April 2012

Nathan Cohn (Fall 2010)
• co-wrote Resolving Ambiguity: Costing Nuclear Weapons, Stimson Center Report, June 2012
• co-wrote “Resolving the Ambiguity of Nuclear Weapons Costs,” Arms Control Today, June 2012
• wrote “Taking On Assault Weapons Could Be a Political Winner for Obama,”  The New Republic, July 20, 2012

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011)
• wrote “British Nuclear Investment Sparks Debate,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2012
• co-wrote “Congress Wants Options on Nuclear Subs,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2012
• co-wrote “Airborne Laser Mothballed,” Arms Control Today, March 2012
• co-wrote “Dutch to Host ‘14 Nuclear Security Summit,” Arms Control Today, March 2012
• wrote “NNSA Budget Cuts Los Alamos Facility,” Arms Control Today, March 2012
• co-wrote The Nuclear Security Summit: Assessment of National Commitments, Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security Report, March 2012
• quoted in “IAEA Says Nuclear Security Improving, More To Be Done,” Reuters, March 21, 2012
• wrote “States Make New Nuclear Security Pledges,” Arms Control Today, April 2012
• co-wrote “Summit Successes Over Seoul-ed?” Arms Control Now, April 11, 2012
• co-interviewed “Controlling Proliferation: An Interview With Assistant Secretary Of State Thomas Countryman,” Arms Control Today, May 2012
• wrote “Rep. Turner Undercut by Appropriators on CMRR,” Arms Control Now, May 1, 2012
• wrote “IAEA, Iran Close to Deal, Amano Says,” Arms Control Today, June 2012
• wrote “North Korea Urged Not to Test,” Arms Control Today,  June 2012
• wrote “P5+1 and Iran Claim Progress in Talks,” Arms Control Today,  June 2012
• wrote “Iran, P5+1 Move to Technical Talks,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2012
• wrote “Sanctions Tighten on Iran,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2012
• wrote “Sanctions Seen Slowing N. Korea Progress,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2012
• wrote  “Nuclear-Weapon States Meet in Washington,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2012
• wrote “U.S. Sanctions and the Nuclear Endgame in Iran,” e-International Relations, July 24, 2012
• wrote “Militants Attack Pakistani Base,” Arms Control Today, September 2012
• wrote “India Moves Closer to Nuclear Triad,” Arms Control Today  September 2012
• wrote “SE Asian Nuclear Protocol Falters,” Arms Control Today, September 2012
• wrote “IAEA Resolution Urges Iran to Cooperate,” Arms Control Today,  October 2012
• wrote “Negotiators Mull Future of Iran Talks,” Arms Control Today  October 2012
• wrote “North Korea Makes Progress on Reactor,” Arms Control Today, October 2012
• co-wrote  “Pakistani Security Called Adequate,” Arms Control Today, October 2012
• wrote  “Iran Says Talks to Resume in November,” Arms Control Today, November 2012
• co-wrote “Arab States Look to WMD Meeting in 2012,” Arms Control Today, November 2012
• wrote “South Korea Extends Missile Range,” Arms Control Today, November 2012
• co-wrote “Meeting on Middle East WMD Postponed,” Arms Control Today,  December 2012
• wrote “Iran Moves Forward on Nuclear Facilities,” Arms Control Today, December 2012
• wrote ” Obama Pledges Push to Resume Iran Talks,” Arms Control Today, December 2012
• co-wrote “Post-2014 Nuclear Security Mulled,” Arms Control Today, December 2012
• wrote Illicit “N. Korean Exports Reported,” Arms Control Today, December 2012

Philippe de Koning (Fall 2011)
• provided research for Nuclear Materials Security Index, Nuclear Threat Initiative website, January 11, 2012

Molly Clark Dunigan (Fall 2002)
• wrote Considerations for the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce: Preparing to Operate Amidst Private Security Contractors, RAND Occasional Papers, 2012
• wrote “U.S. Control of Contractors in Iraq Is Vital,” The Hill, February 1, 2012
• co-wrote The Value and Limitations of Minimalist Stabilization Efforts, RAND Research Brief, 2012
• co-wrote Characterizing and Exploring the Implications of Maritime Irregular Warfare, RAND monographs, 2012

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote Crusade 2.0: The West’s Resurgent War against Islam, City Lights Open Media, March 2012
• wrote “Arms Down,” Foreign Policy In Focus, April 10, 2012
• wrote “Obama: The Legacy Term?” Foreign Policy In Focus, November 19, 2012
• wrote “North Korea’s Nuclear Theater,” Huffington Post, December 18, 2012
• wrote “Afghanistan: Avoiding Default,” Foreign Policy In Focus, December 20, 2012

Robert Golan-Vilella(Fall 2010)
• wrote “Onward, Liberal Democratic Soldiers,” The National Interest, May 8, 2012
• wrote “No Magical Solution for Syria,” The National Interest, May 14, 2012
• wrote “Wieseltier Ignores the Costs of Intervention,” The National Interest,
May 22, 2012
• wrote “The World According to Mitt,” The National Interest, June 11, 2012
• wrote “Beating the War Drum, Literally,” The National Interest, June 21, 2012
• wrote “Don’t Plan for a Short War with Iran,” The National Interest, July 11, 2012
• wrote “Legacies of the Lethal Presidency,” The National Interest, July 19, 2012
• wrote “Breaking the West Bank Deadlock,” The National Interest, August 10, 2012
• wrote “Welcome Sanity on Iran,” The National Interest, August 21, 2012
• wrote “Talking in Circles,” The National Interest, August 30, 2012
• wrote “The DNC Roast of Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy,” The National Interest,  September 7, 2012
• wrote “The Biden Counter-Doctrine,” The National Interest, October 11, 2012
• wrote “Before the Thirteen Days,” The National Interest, October 16, 2012
• wrote “Secrecy and the Iran Talks,” The National Interest, October 22, 2012
• wrote “Who Will Be the Next Secretary of State?” The National Interest, November 8, 2012
• wrote “Stop Leaking and Start Nominating,” The National Interest,  December 20, 2012
• wrote  “Hagel and His Critics: Cuba Edition,” The National Interest, December 21, 2012

Cole Harvey (Spring 2009)
• quoted in “Iran Swears It’s Building Nuke Subs,” Wired, June 12, 2012

Elise Keppler (Fall 1997)
• wrote Justice for Serious Crimes Before National Courts: Uganda’s International Crimes Division, Human Rights Watch report, January 16, 2012
• wrote “Africa: Fugitives Take Note – Justice Can Be Done,” AllAfrica, April 29, 2012
• quoted in “Rights Group Calls for Justice for Guinea Massacre Victims,” Voice of America, September 27, 2012

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• quoted in “New U.S. Defense Strategy Lays Groundwork for More Nuclear Cuts,” National Journal, January 6, 2012
• quoted in “New Push to Remove Tactical Nuclear Weapons from Europe,” Julian Borger’s global security blog in The Guardian, February 3, 2012
• quoted in “Iran’s Good Cop, Bad Cop Act: Agrees to Talks, Flaunts Nuclear Advances,” Christian Science Monitor, February 15, 2012
• quoted in “How Close is Iran to Getting a Nuclear Weapon?” Los Angeles Times, March 12, 2012
• quoted in “Missing Nukes Fuel Terror Concern as Obama Drawn to Seoul,”
Bloomberg, March 22, 2012
• quoted in  “Scientists Say No Need for Nuclear Tests, Boosting Obama,” Bloomberg, March 30, 2012
• wrote “Technical Study on Test Ban Cites Progress,” Arms Control Today, April 2012
• quoted in “Next Arms Talks Between US, Russia Might Involve Tactical Weapons,” Voice of America, April 2, 2012
• quoted in “N. Korea May Stage Nuclear Test After Rocket Launch,” NPR, April 11, 2012
• quoted in “Humanitarian Groups Push for ‘Bulletproof’ Arms Treaty,” Bloomberg BusinessWeek, May 24, 2012
• quoted in “Pentagon To Soon Deploy Pint-Sized But Lethal Switchblade Drones,” Los Angeles Times, June 11, 2012
• quoted in “Iran Nuclear Talks Downgraded,” Guardian, June 19, 2012
• co-wrote “Time to Curb the Illicit Global Arms Trade,” Christian Science Monitor, July 9, 2012
• quoted in “US General Asks Cut in Nuclear Stockpile,” Boston Globe,
August 6, 2012
• quoted in “Cyberwarfare Emerges From Shadows for Public Discussion by U.S. Officials,” New York Times, September 26, 2012
• wrote “50 Years After Cuban Missile Crisis: 5 Ways US Must Promote Nuclear Nonproliferation,” Christian Science Monitor, October 19, 2012
• wrote “New ATT Plan Advances,” Arms Control Today, November 2012
• co-wrote “How the US Can Prevent the Use and Spread of Syria’s Chemical Weapons,” Christian Science Monitor, December 11, 2012
• wrote “Patience Has Not Been a Virtue,” Foreign Policy, December 12, 2012

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• wrote  “Folly of the Iran “Hail Mary” Pass,” The Diplomat, February 22, 2012

Chris Lindborg  (Spring 1997)
• wrote “New U.S. Global Military Strategy Could Hint at Future Moves to Reduce Dependence on Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Europe,” BASIC Backgrounder, January 9, 2012
• wrote “The Obama Administration’s Budget and Nuclear Weapons,” BASIC News, February 13, 2012
• wrote “The Russian Presidential Election and Strategic Posturing,” BASIC News, February 27, 2012
• wrote “U.S. Report on the CTBT,” BASIC News, March 26, 2012
• wrote “Shadow NATO Summit,” BASIC News, May 14, 2012
• wrote “The P5 Conferences and the Importance of Transparency,” BASIC News,  June 25, 2012
• wrote “Trinity Nuclear Test Anniversary – U.S. First To Test, But Will It Be The Last To Fully Support A Ban?” BASIC News, July 16, 2012
• wrote “Making Sense of the Nuclear Posture,” BASIC News, September 17, 2012

Robert Taj Moore (Fall 2011)
• co-wrote Iran in Perspective: Holding Iran to Peaceful Uses of Nuclear
Technology, Stimson Center report, March 2012
• co-wrote “Iranian-American Détente,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, April 11, 2012

Que Newbill (Fall 2012)
• wrote “Why Syria May Be the Catalyst for Jordan’s “Arab Spring”,” Stimson Center Spotlight, November 2, 2012
• co-wrote “Innovative Startups Present New Promise for Arab Transitions,”
Stimson Center Spotlight, December 5, 2012

Andrew Prosser (Spring 2004)
• organized a panel discussion “Governing Security in the Global Information Age: Counteracting the Risks of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism,” and presented a paper entitled “Weapon of Mass Protection: Security Governance and the Non-state CBRN Threat,” Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, April 1-4, 2012

Cassidy Regan (Spring 2011)
• wrote “The Countdown to the Kenyan Election Begins,” Of Peace and Politics FCNL Blog, January 5, 2012
• wrote “A Step Toward Justice in Kenya,” 2C blog, January 24, 2012
• wrote “Counterterrorism Takes All,” 2C blog, March 29, 2012
• wrote “Prevent War – With “Africa”?” 2C blog, May 15, 2012
• wrote “About Time for an Arms Trade Treaty,” 2C blog, May 31, 2012
• wrote “Success, Part Two: No Funding for Abuses,” 2C blog, June 6, 2012
• wrote “The Drones Keep Coming,” 2C blog, July 26, 2012
• wrote “So Close, So Far,” 2C blog, July 26, 2012
• wrote “Clashes Devastate Kenya,” 2C blog, August 22, 2012
• wrote “Flooding the World with Weapons,” 2C blog, September 11, 2012
• wrote “A Peacebuilder Comes to Washington,” 2C blog, October 25, 2012
• wrote “War Still Isn’t the Answer,” 2C blog, December 12, 2012

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• wrote “Some Additional Thoughts on the Pentagon Strategy Review and Nuclear Weapons,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, January 9, 2012
• wrote “New START: One Year Later,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,
February 2, 2012
• wrote “Rep. Turner vs. the Budget Control Act: More Nukes is Good Nukes,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, February 15, 2012
• wrote “When Less Is Not More,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March 12, 2012
• quoted in “Rep. Michael Turner Says European-Missile Defense Leaves U.S. Mainland Vulnerable,” U.S.News & World Report, March 20, 2012
• wrote  “The Case for the CTBT: Stronger Than Ever,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,  April 9, 2012
• quoted in “North Korea’s Failed Rocket Launch Prompts Missile-Defense Questions,” National Journal, April 17, 2012
• wrote “Senate and House Appropriators Increase Funding for Nuclear Terrorism Prevention Programs,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, May 3, 2012
• wrote “The Politics of Reduction,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May 10, 2012
• wrote “House Armed Services Committee Gone Wild — Again,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, May 10, 2012
• co-wrote “HASC Bill Shows GOP Stuck in Cold War; Reduce SSBN-X, Nukes,”
AOL Defense, May 21, 2012
• wrote “A Review of the House Version of the Fiscal Year 2013 Defense Authorization Bill: Nuclear Weapons and Missile Defense,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, May 25, 2012
• presented “Remarks at Stimson Center Event on the Nuclear Weapons Budget,” June 5, 2012
• wrote “13 days — and what was learned,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June 22, 2012
• wrote “House Passes Key Anti-Nuclear Terrorism Legislation; Senate Up Next,” Nukes of Hazard blog, Jun 28, 2012
• wrote “The Nuclear Posture Review Implementation Study,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation fact sheet July 17, 2012
• wrote “Whither the Anti-Terrorism Budget?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, August 2, 2012
• wrote “Cold Comfort,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,” August 27, 2012
• quoted in “Missile Defense Priorities Would Shift Under Romney,” Global Security Newswire, September 4, 2012
• wrote “Prague, Revisited,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September 17, 2012
• contributed to Beyond Treaties: Immediate Steps to Reduce Nuclear Dangers,
Carnegie Endowment Nuclear Policy Program report, October 2012
• wrote “Romney Strikes Out on Nukes,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, October 22, 2012
• wrote “A Nuclear Nightmare,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, October 31, 2012
• wrote “The Triad Is Not The Trinity: A Response To Gen. Chambers,” AOL Defense, November 16, 2012
• wrote “Senate Approves FY 2013 National Defense Authorization Act by vote of 98-0,” Nukes of Hazard blog, December 4, 2012
• wrote “Wonky Hodgepodge on Missile Defense Testing, CMRR-NF, and the B61 Life Extension Program,” Nukes of Hazard blog, December 17, 2012
• wrote “Analysis of the Conference Version of the FY 2013 NDAA,” Nukes of Hazard blog, December 20, 2012

Usha Sahay (Fall 2012)
• wrote “Iran Project Report: A Welcome Dose of Long-Term Thinking,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 14, 2012
• wrote “A Dirty Bomb In Chicago? Mitt Romney’s Dangerous Take on Iran,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 18, 2012
• wrote “Top Republicans Call for an Accelerated Afghanistan Withdrawal,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 19, 2012
• wrote “Rand Paul (Still) Pushing for Pakistani Aid Cutoff, and It’s (Still) a Bad Idea,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 21, 2012
• wrote “There’s a Fine Line, Mr. Romney: The Governor’s Iran Problem,” Nukes of Hazard blog, September 25, 2012
• wrote “What the 2,000th American Death in Afghanistan Means: Taking Stock of an Eleven-Year War,” Nukes of Hazard blog, October 1, 2012
• wrote “Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy Speech: More Weapons, More Spending, More of the Same,” Nukes of Hazard blog, October 10, 2012
• wrote “The Presidential Candidates and Iran: 4 Things to Know About Where They Stand,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Policy Analysis, October 10, 2012
• wrote “Debating the Forgotten War: Election 2012 and Afghanistan 2014,”  Nukes of Hazard blog, October 18, 2012
• co-wrote “Fifteen Foreign-Policy Challenges For the Next President,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation fact sheet, October 22, 2012
• wrote “Little Room for “Debate” As Romney and Obama Agree on Pragmatism,” Nukes of Hazard blog, October 24, 2012
• wrote “Bibi Back In The Spotlight With Loose Talk About Iran,” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 7, 2012
• wrote “Are Iran Sanctions Becoming a Runaway Train?” Nukes of Hazard blog, November 26, 2012
• wrote “Rethinking Nuclear South Asia: The Arms Race in India and Pakistan,” Nukes of Hazard blog, December 4, 2012
• co-wrote “The Flawed Logic of “Stay the Course” in Afghanistan,” Center for Arms Control and Non Proliferation Policy Analysis, December 20, 2012

Javier Serrat (Spring 2011)
• co-wrote “Paris-Based Banking Group Tightens Rules Against Financing of Banned Weapon of Mass Destruction-Related Transfers,” CNS Feature Story, March 5, 2012
•  provided research for “Venezuela-Iran UAVs,” ArmsControlWonk, June 20, 2012
• wrote “Financial Interdictions to Curb Proliferation,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2012
• wrote “North Korea, Iran Highlight Proliferation Risks of Knowledge Transfers,” World Politics Review, December 10, 2012

Travis Sharp (Fall 2006)
• quoted in “Panetta to Offer Strategy for Cutting Military Budget,” New York Times, January 2, 2012
• quoted in “With Leaner Military, a New Focus on China,” U.S.News & World Report, January 5, 2012
• quoted in “Pentagon Budget Ends Post-9/11 Era, Ushers in Pacific Era,” U.S.News & World Report, January 26, 2012
• wrote Down Payment: Defense Guidance, 2013 Defense Budget and the Risks of Sequestration, Center for a New American Security policy brief, February 10, 2012
• co-wrote “SOF (special operations forces) Power,” Foreign Policy, February 14, 2012
• wrote “Sequestration Is Irresponsible,” U.S. News & World Report Debate Club, April 3, 2012
• quoted in “Lockheed Sales, Profit Up,” Orlando Sentinel, April 26, 2012
• quoted in “Romney Wants Defense Spending To Be Much, Much Higher. The Public Doesn’t.” Washington Post, May 15, 2012
• co-wrote Sustainable Pre-eminence: Reforming the U.S. Military at a Time of Strategic Change, Center for a New American Security report, May 23, 2012
• cited in “How Mr. Romney Would Force-Feed the Pentagon,” New York Times Sunday Observer, August 26, 2012
• wrote “Budget Crunched: The Facts of Romney’s Proposed $2 Trillion Defense Increase,” Foreign Policy, October 8, 2012

Jerome Simons (Fall 2011)
• wrote “Phasing Out the Phased Out Phase-Out: The Third Change of Course for Nuclear Power in Germany,” Switchboard NRDC staff blog, January 17, 2012
• contributed to Nuclear Safety Deferred: The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Inadequate Response to the Lessons of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Accident, NRDC Report, March 2012
• wrote “The Risk of Locking in Coal and Stifling Gas: Germany’s Reaction to Fukushima,” Switchboard NRDC staff blog, April 3, 2012
• wrote “Political Dispute with Policy Implications: Structural Problems Challenge German Energy Economics,” Switchboard NRDC staff blog, May 28, 2012
• wrote “Make Greening the World Your Foreign Policy: Green Transatlantic Relations,” Switchboard NRDC staff blog, June 14, 2012
• wrote “German Green Party Delegation to visit Washington, D.C.,” Switchboard NRDC staff blog, June 22, 2012

Catherine Skroch (Spring 2011)
• wrote “Morocco’s Equity and Reconciliation Commission: A New
Paradigm for Transitional Justice,” Conflict Trends, Issue 1, 2012
• wrote “On the 10th Anniversary of Guantanamo, Revisiting the Meaning of Torture,” PolicyMic, January 26, 2012

Mary Slosson (Spring 2010)
• wrote “ICC Prosecutor Courts Hollywood with Invisible Children,” Reuters, April 1, 2012
• wrote “Syrian Honorary Consul in California Quits,” Reuters, May 30, 2012
• wrote “U.S. Military Hypersonic Aircraft Trial Set For 2013,” Reuters, October 24, 2012

Seth Smith (Spring 2012)
• contributed to “Israel Sells Drones and Anti-Aircraft Systems to Azerbaijan,”
Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East blog, April 17, 2012
• contributed to “Israel to Further Test Its Interceptor Missiles,” Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East blog, April 17, 2012
• interviewed about Syria shooting down a Turkish F-4 Phantom fighter jet, Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East blog, June 28, 2012

Mark Sternman (Fall 1992)
• interviewed about the Base Realignment and Closure Commission, The Commonwealth Report cable television program, March 14, 2012

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Libya’s Missing Weapons,” Stimson Center Spotlight, February 2, 2012
• quoted in “Gadhafi Regime Missiles Missing,” USA Today, February 7, 2012
• co-wrote “Closing the Market of the ‘Merchant of Death’,” The Hill’s Congress Blog, April 16, 2012
• co-wrote “A Farewell to (Illicit) Arms: Addressing the Uncontrolled Trade of Small Arms in 2012,” Stimson Center Spotlight, May 17, 2012
• wrote “Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations Set to Begin,” Stimson Center Spotlight, June 28, 2012
• co-wrote “Why Arming Syrian Rebels Is A Bad Idea,” POLITICO, October 26, 2012
• co-wrote “Presidential Inbox 2013: Prevent Trafficking in the Global Supply Chain,” Stimson Center Spotlight, December 3, 2012

Marcus Taylor (Fall 2012)
• wrote “International Day Against Nuclear Tests,” Project for the CTBT, September 20, 2012
• co-wrote  “Pakistani Security Called Adequate,” Arms Control Today, October 2012
• co-wrote “CTBTO Picks Lassina Zerbo as Next Head,” Arms Control Today, November 2012
• wrote “Scots Seek Legal Ban on Nuclear Weapons,” Arms Control Today, November 2012
• wrote “UK Arms Dealer Sentenced for Smuggling,” Arms Control Today,  December 2012
• wrote “UN First Committee Seeks FMCT Progress,” Arms Control Today, December 2012

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• wrote “Fukushima’s Impact on Japan’s Nuclear Fuel Cycle Policy,” WMD Junction, March 9, 2012
• wrote “CIF Report: High School Students Present on Nuclear Safety and Security in Vienna,” CNS Feature Story, May 30, 2012
• wrote “Opportunity After the Disaster,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,
July 17, 2012

Michael Tu (Spring 2010)
• wrote “Argentina Profile: Missile Overview,” Nuclear Threat Initiative Country Profiles, February 2012
• wrote “Syria Profile: Biological Overview,” Nuclear Threat Initiative Country Profiles, February 2012
• wrote “Syria Profile: Chemical Overview,” Nuclear Threat Initiative Country Profiles, February 2012
• wrote “Between Publishing and Perishing? H5N1 Research Unleashes Unprecedented Dual-Use Research Controversy,” Nuclear Threat Initiative, May 3, 2012
• wrote “Israel Profile: Missile Overview,” Nuclear Threat Initiative Country Profiles, May 2012

Victoria Webbe (Spring 2012)
• wrote “A New Directive for Sub-Saharan Africa,” Make US Strong blog, July 3, 2012

Hisham Zerriffi (Fall 1995)
• co-wrote “Rural Energy and Access in Developing Countries,” Cambridge University Press. 2012
• co-wrote “Seeing the Trees for the Carbon: Agroforestry for Development and Carbon Mitigation,” Climatic Change, Vol. 115, No. 3-4, pp. 741-757, December 2012