IONP Research Associate and Manager of The Inventory
Areas of Research
- International nonproliferation organizations and regimes
- Proliferation-related norms
- Scientific and technical developments affecting the chemical and biological nonproliferation regime
- Alternative and emerging narratives of arms control
Amanda previously worked at CSC (formerly the Computer Sciences Corporation) in their National Security Programs sector, supporting the DTRA International Counterproliferation Program. In this position, she helped to develop counterproliferation training programs for officials of foreign governments, primarily in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. She has also held positions at Booz Allen Hamilton and in the Washington office of the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Amanda holds a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and a B.A. in Political Science and English from Duke University.
- "Not Your Father's Arms Control: An Alternative Narrative for the Future of Global Weapons Control." Co-authored with Michael Moodie. Nonproliferation Review. July 2010.
- "Syria: Coming In From the Cold?" WMD Insights. October 2008.
- "Balochi Separatists Rekindle Allegations of Pakistani Use of Chemical Weapons." WMD Insights. September 2007.
- "Controversy over Secret Anti-Anthrax Trials, Gas Mask Distribution Plague Israeli Passive Defense Efforts." Co-authored with Leah Kuchinsky. WMD Insights. September 2007.