Nuclear Science and Security Consortium Awards

IGCC supported the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium's efforts through the Public Policy and Nuclear Threats summer training program and administration of a number of awards that supported nuclear policy-related faculty and student research.

NSSC Nuclear Security Policy Fellows

2014‒2015
 
Kalee Hammerton
Chemistry, Michigan State University
Project: Closing the Gap: Research at the Interface of Science and Policy
 
2013‒2014
 
Jeffrey Kaplow
Political Science, UC San Diego
Dissertation Title: State Compliance and the Track Record of International Institutions
 
Henry Maar
History, UC Santa Barbara
Dissertation Title: The Challenge of Peace: The Reagan Administration and Antinuclear Dissent in 1980s America
 
Aaron Shreve
Political Science, UC Davis
Dissertation Title: The Role of Status Inconsistency in Nuclear Proliferation
 
20122013
 
Joslyn Barnhart
Political Science, UCLA
Dissertation Title: Prestige and Humiliation in International Affairs
 
Jeffrey Kaplow
Political Science, UC San Diego
Dissertation Title: Proliferation, International Conflict, and the Stages of Nuclear Development
 
Jeffrey Kwong
Political Science, UC San Diego
Dissertation Title: Bargaining through Cyber Attacks: Implications for Global Cooperation and Nuclear Security
 
Rupal Mehta
Political Science, UC San Diego
Dissertation Title: Deproliferation Dynamics: Why States Give up Nuclear Weapons Programs?
 
Amy Nelson
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Dissertation Title: Improving the Efficacy of Arms Control: From Risk Reduction to Uncertainty Management

NSSC Faculty Research Projects

2012‒2013
 
Nuclear Alliance Politics: Exploring the Credibility of Nuclear Umbrellas
Neil Narang
Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
 
Erik Gartzke
Political Science, UC San Diego

NSSC Faculty Program Grants

2013‒2014
 
An Educational Program to Address the Role of Nuclear Forensics in Counterterrorism Policy
Bethany Goldblum
Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley
 
2012‒2013
 
An Educational Program to Address the Role of Nuclear Forensics in Counterterrorism Policy
Bethany Goldblum
Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley
 
Building the Next Wave of the Nuclear Security Cadre
Erik Gartzke
Political Science, UC San Diego

Publications

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Nuclear Posture, Nonproliferation Policy, and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons.” Erik Gartzke and Matthew Kroenig, eds. Special issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3), April 2014.
 
Articles
 
Erik Gartzke and Matthew Kroenig*. “Nuclear Posture, Nonproliferation Policy, and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons.Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3): 395‒401.
 
Robert L. Brown* and Jeffrey M. Kaplow*. “Talking Peace, Making Weapons: IAEA Technical Cooperation and Nuclear Proliferation.Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3): 402‒28.
 
Philipp C. Bleek* and Eric B. Lorber. “Security Guarantees and Allied Nuclear Proliferation.Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3): 429‒54.
 
Matthew Fuhrmann and Todd S. Sechser. “Nuclear Strategy, Nonproliferation, and the Causes of Foreign Nuclear Deployments.Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3): 455‒80.
 
Erik Gartzke, Jeffrey M. Kaplow*, and Rupal N. Mehta*. “The Determinants of Nuclear Force Structure.Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3): 481‒508.
 
Michael C. Horowitz and Neil Narang*. “Poor Man’s Atomic Bomb? Exploring the Relationship between “Weapons of Mass Destruction.Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (3): 509‒35.
 
*Past PPNT Fellow.