Articles by Scoville Fellows in The National Interest

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Leore Ben-Chorin (Fall 2015)
• wrote Netanyahu and IDF Are Split on the Iran Nuclear Deal, March 2, 2016
• co-wrote Italy is the Key to Fighting ISIS in Libya, March 23, 2016

Philip Bleek (Fall 1999)
• wrote Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Fuel Bank: A New Nonproliferation Tool, June 23, 2015
• wrote Iran Deal Buys Time: Now America’s Real Work Begins, July 18 2015

Kate Edelen (Fall 2013)
• co-wrote To Defeat Boko Haram, Give Peace a Chance, January 16, 2015

Robert Golan-Vilella (Fall 2010)
• co-wrote The Neocon GOP: By Design or Default? October 12, 2011
• wrote Onward, Liberal Democratic Soldiers May 8, 2012
• wrote No Magical Solution for Syria May 14, 2012
• wrote Wieseltier Ignores the Costs of Intervention May 22, 2012
• wrote The World According to Mitt June 11, 2012
• wrote Beating the War Drum, Literally June 21, 2012
• wrote Don’t Plan for a Short War with Iran July 11, 2012
•  wrote Legacies of the Lethal Presidency July 19, 2012
• wrote Breaking the West Bank Deadlock August 10, 2012
• wrote Welcome Sanity on Iran August 21, 2012
• wrote Talking in Circles August 30, 2012
• wrote The DNC Roast of Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy September 7, 2012
• wrote The Biden Counter-Doctrine October 11, 2012
• wrote Before the Thirteen Days October 16, 2012
• wrote Secrecy and the Iran Talks October 22, 2012
• wrote Who Will Be the Next Secretary of State? November 8, 2012
• wrote Stop Leaking and Start Nominating December 20, 2012
• wrote Hagel and His Critics: Cuba Edition December 21, 2012
• wrote A Decade of War, Forgotten January 7, 2013
• wrote Drone Strikes and Congressional Power January 9, 2013
• wrote Drones and Congressional Power (II) January 14, 2013
• wrote Inaugurations and Speaking to History January 18, 2013
• wrote Rand Paul’s Foreign-Policy Mad Libs January 24, 2013
• wrote U.S. Leaders: ‘We Are Number One’ January 28, 2013
• wrote The Dumbest Argument against Hagel January 30, 2013
• wrote How Not to Make a Point February 8, 2013
• wrote Drones and Double Standards February 11, 2013
• wrote North Korea Is Irrelevant to Size of U.S. Nuclear Arsenal February 13, 2013
• wrote A Subtle Shift at Foggy Bottom February 21, 2013
• wrote The Meaning of the Hagel Fight February 26, 2013
• wrote The Results of Threat Inflation March 1, 2013
• wrote The Four Horsemen Ride Again March 6, 2013
• wrote Drone Policy after the Filibuster March 8, 2013
• wrote John Yoo’s Tortured Logic on Iraq March 20, 2013
• wrote Iraq and Moral Imagination March 22, 2013
• wrote So Kim Jong-un Walks Into a Bar . . . April 11, 2013
• wrote The Bay of Pigs and Its Consequences April 17, 2013
• wrote ‘Neo-Isolationist’ Is a Useless Label April 23, 2013
• wrote The ‘Isolationist’ Drone Warriors April 30, 2013
• wrote The Onion Goes to War May 1, 2013
• wrote Iran and Obama’s Threat Calculus May 9, 2013
• wrote What Closing Guantánamo Means May 16, 2013
• wrote An Ugly Smear of Jeremy Scahill May 17, 2013
•wrote Obama’s Second-Term Team: Divided by Design? June 5, 2013
• wrote Security, Liberty and the Forever War June 13, 2013
• wrote What Closing Guantánamo Means (II) June 18, 2013
• wrote The Strangelove Caucus June 21, 2013
• wrote On the Plain Meaning of Words July 10, 2013
• wrote Reflexive Hawkishness 2014 July 17, 2013
• wrote Congress and NSA Secrecy July 18, 2013
• wrote Who Are We at War With? The Answer Is Classified July 24, 2013
• wrote Our Restrained Great Powers August 16, 2013
• wrote Washington’s Strange Strategy-Review Ritual August 25, 2013
• wrote Time to Narrow the AUMF September 18, 2013
 wrote The Future of Executive War Powers October 11, 2013
• wrote Good and Bad Reasons to Cut Defense November 10, 2013
• wrote “Option C” and Other Gimmicks November 18, 2013
• wrote Andrew Jackson Lives! America’s Foreign-Policy Populism December 5, 2013
• wrote Hillary Clinton’s Afghanistan Problem December 17, 2013
• wrote Closing Time? The Shifting Politics of Guantánamo December 23, 2013
• wrote The Rand Paul Moment January 31, 2014
• wrote Ukraine Is Not About Us and It’s Not Ours to Lose March 7, 2014
• wrote Bad Idea of the Day: Bomb Syria to Save Ukraine April 24, 2014
• wrote It’s Not All About Iraq May 3, 2014
• wrote Through the Looking Glass on the AUMF May 22, 2014
• wrote Would Air Strikes in Iraq Be Legal? June 16, 2014
• wrote America Doesn’t Need a Foreign-Policy Consensus June 19, 2014
• wrote Iraq, Obama and the Future of War Powers August 27, 2014
• wrote A Tale of Two AUMFs September-October 2014
• wrote Authorization for Use of Military Forever September 11, 2014
• wrote Lindsey Graham: The Avatar of Fear September 15, 2014
• wrote Why the Politics of Fear Will Never Go Away October 29, 2014
• wrote The Current AUMF Debate Is Weird November 12, 2014
• wrote McCain and Graham Play Mad Libs for Hard-Liners on Cuba December 18, 2014
• wrote Time to Nuke the Doomsday Clock January 23, 2015
•  wrote Do the New AUMF’s Limits Matter? February 11, 2015
• wrote America is Never (Ever, Ever) Ending the War on Terror April 27, 2015
• wrote America’s Next Top Fearmonger May 22, 2015
• wrote Law in the Time of Endless War August 17, 2015

Hannah Haegeland (Fall 2015)
• wrote Nepal’s Pivot to China May Be Too Late May 20, 2016

Gaurav Kampani (Spring 1997)
• quoted in Why India Wants France’s Dassault Rafale Fighter Jet: They Can Carry Nuclear Weapons, September 21, 2016

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• wrote A Solution for the Iranian Uranium-Enrichment Puzzle July 11, 2014
• wrote What Would a “Good” Iran Nuclear Deal Look Like? November 19, 2014
• wrote Congress Shouldn’t ‘Blow Up’ Iran Nuke Talks January 22, 2015
• wrote Here’s How Congress Can Help the Iran Nuclear Talks March 13, 2015
• wrote 5 Reasons AIPAC Is Dead Wrong About the Iran Deal July 22, 2015
• wrote Why the Pope is Right About Nuclear Weapons September 30, 2015
• wrote Obama’s Nuclear Test Moratorium Is Common Sense, August 14, 2016

Jesse Marks (Spring 2017)
• wrote Will Trump Benefit from Obama’s ‘Red Line’ Mistake, The National Interest, April 6, 2017
• wrote Is Donald Trump About to Launch an Operation in Southern Syria, April 26, 2017

Shane Mason (Spring 2014)
• wrote Pakistan’s New Military Budget: By the Numbers July 5, 2015
• wrote In Defense of Obama’s Nuclear Record April 22, 2016

Elizabeth Philipp (Fall 2015)
• wrote Is North Korea’s Nuclear Program Irreversible? March 19, 2016

Kingston Reif  (Spring 2008)
• wrote How to Actually Prevent a Nuclear Arms Race in the Middle East March 2, 2015
• co-wrote Pulling the U.S.-Russia Relationship Back from the Nuclear Brink, April 12, 2017

Usha Sahay (Fall 2012)
• co-wrote The Best-Laid Iran Plans June 12, 2013
• wrote Iran, United States Finally Learning to Talk November 4, 2013
• wrote Hillary the Hawk? February 3, 2014

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote The Great Drone Debate: Time to Move Past Fear and Confusion July 7, 2014
• wrote All the President’s Drones: Obama’s Targeted Killing Problem April 20, 2015
• wrote The Intercept’s ‘Drone Papers’ Won’t Do Much for Transparency October 27, 2015

Maggie Tennis (Spring 2017)
• co-wrote Pulling the U.S.-Russia Relationship Back from the Nuclear Brink, April 12, 2017

Greg Terryn (Fall 2014)
• co-wrote American Nuclear Strategy: The Case for a Minimal-Deterrence Policy December 1, 2014
• co-wrote 5 Myths about America’s Nuclear Weapons Debunked January 28, 2015
• co-wrote The Ultimate Nightmare: Why Bombing Iran Would Be a Disaster August 4, 2015
• wrote Hillary Was Right: Rogue Nukes Are a Serious Threat October 23, 2015