Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow
Mira Rapp-Hooper is a PhD candidate in political science at Columbia University. Her dissertation analyzes the formation and management of nuclear security guarantees.
Ms. Rapp-Hooper has previously worked on extended deterrence and conflict escalation issues for the RAND Corporation. Her expertise includes nuclear weapons policy and strategy, alliance politics, security issues in East Asia, and nuclear nonproliferation.
Mira's work has appeared in The Atlantic, Survival, and The National Interest, among others.
She holds a BA in history from Stanford University, an MA in politics from New York University, and an MA and an MPhil from Columbia University.
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