Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow
U.S. national security policy; international relations; weapons of mass destruction; biodefense; nuclear proliferation; chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism; homeland security.
Gregory D. Koblentz is a Stanton nuclear security fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and an associate professor in the department of public and international affairs and deputy director of the Biodefense Graduate Program at George Mason University. He is also a research affiliate with the Security Studies Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a member of the Scientists Working Group on Chemical and Biological Weapons at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation in Washington, DC.
Dr. Koblentz is the author of Living Weapons: Biological Warfare and International Security (Cornell University Press, 2009) and coauthor of Tracking Nuclear Proliferation: A Guide in Maps and Charts (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1998).
He received his PhD from MIT, MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School, and BA from Brown University.
Washington, District of Columbia
CFR Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow
KQED's Michael Krasny interviews Gregory Koblentz over the recent claims that the Assad regime in Syria has been using chemical weapons in its civil war.
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