Esha Mufti is a Research Assistant with the Managing Across Boundaries initiative, which looks for innovative government responses–at the international, national, and regional levels–and for smart public-private partnerships to mitigate transnational security threats and ameliorate development challenges.
She holds an honors BA degree from the University of Oklahoma, with concentrations in
International and Area Studies, International Security Studies, and Spanish.
Prior to joining the Stimson
Center, Mufti worked with the
Asia and Common Defense Campaign programs at
the Center for International Policy.
- Crime-Terror Nexus Requires Integrated Security Approaches (World Politics Review, February 25, 2013)
- Beyond Boundaries in Southeast Asia: Dual-Benefit Capacity Building to Bridge the Security/Development Divide (Stimson publication, January 8, 2013)
- Beyond Boundaries in the Andean Region: Bridging the Security/Development Divide with International Security Assistance (Stimson publication, September 18, 2012)
- Beyond Boundaries in South Asia: Bridging the Security/Development Divide with International Security Assistance (Stimson publication, June 21, 2012)
- Development and Arms Export: Tech, Security Firms Can Help in ‘Global South’ (Defense News, April 22, 2012)