Major Fellowship Activities: Warren researched and wrote several articles for the Arms Trade News on issues such as the proposed Code of Conduct on arms sales, landmines and weapons profiles. He also wrote news advisories and press releases, and as a result appeared on several radio programs to discuss these issues, including stations in Dover, DE, Indianapolis, Duluth and Rochester, MN, Columbus, GA and San Francisco. He also had a letter to the editor published in the Washington Times. In addition to his work with the CAT project, he co-wrote a position paper with John Isaacs on START III entitled “The Clinton-Yeltsin Summit Meeting: The Need To Negotiate A Framework Agreement On START III,” and an informational pamphlet on the excessive costs and redundancies of Stockpile Stewardship. Additionally, he was able to attend several CTBT coalition meetings, a forum at the CATO Institute on nuclear weapon abolition, and congressional hearings concerning Ballistic Missile Defense and the ABM Treaty.
Current Activities: Warren is Media Director, Head of Sales for Specialty Market, and Project Manager at North Star Games, a Bethesda, MD based start up company that makes board games, the most well known of which is Wits & Wagers. He also writes Progressive Movement, a political blog focused on improving how progressives talk about messaging. Previously he was a press secretary for the Union of Concerned Scientists focusing on global warming and national security. In 2004 he worked for the John Kerry for President campaign on their Internet team, where he answered e-mail, identified voter concerns and translated that into e-mail responses, and went to Iowa for a week before the caucuses to do field work for Kerry. He has also worked as media coordinator and analyst at the Council for a Livable World Education Fund, where he focused on Ballistic Missile Defense, military spending and the conventional arms trade. He wrote a report entitled “Human Rights and Weapons: Records of Selected U.S. Arms Clients.” He was an assistant editor of Arms Trade News, a monthly newsletter that covers U.S. weapons export policy, legislative proposals and action, and international arms trade developments, and writes for the Arms Trade Insider. He has written op-eds or been quoted in the Baltimore Sun, Christian Science Monitor, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post and NPR’s All Things Considered.