Nathan Cohn

Former Research Assistant

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Nathan
Cohn holds a BA from Whitman College in Politics with Honors and
Distinction. He was a fall 2010 Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow at the
Stimson
Center. Prior to joining
Stimson, he was awarded the Robert Y. Fluno award for the best paper in
Political Science and Government at Whitman College for his undergraduate honors
thesis. He finished second at the 2010 CEDA policy debate national championships
on a yearlong topic about nuclear weapons. He was previously a campaign intern
for a nationally competitive congressional campaign and a teacher at high school
debate institutes.

 

Research & Writing

Report
Resolving Ambiguity: Costing Nuclear Weapons

As the defense budget comes under increasing pressure, many have suggested nuclear weapons as an area for savings. But estimates of what the United States spends on nuclear weapons widely vary. This report provides an estimate of US spending on nuclear…

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