Mary Vecellio is a Research Associate with the Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention Program at the Stimson Center. Her research focuses on WMD non-proliferation with specific focus on radiological source security, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 assistance programs, and chemical weapons-related material security. Vecellio is particularly interested in issues related to preventing the spread of chemical weapons and related materials. She holds a B.A. in History with summa cum laude honors from Albion College in Albion, Michigan. She also has a M.A. in Non-Proliferation and International Security from King’s College, London.
Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention
The ubiquity of radioactive materials in modern society poses serious security risks
Enhancing frontline officers’ chemical trade control compliance by increasing access to information to help identify chemicals of proliferation concern
Preventing the proliferation of dangerous and dual use chemicals with research, resources, and analysis
Keeping the most dangerous weapons out of the worst hands by facilitating assistance partnerships
Research & Writing
On February 26, 2021 the Stimson Center and American University unveiled its Cheminformatics database tool and software.
In the aftermath of the widespread use of chemical weapons during the First World War, many countries committed to not use such weapons again in the 1925 Geneva Protocol.United Nations, Office of Disarmament Affairs, Protocol for the Prohibition of the…
Mary Vecellio is a Research Associate with the Partnerships in Proliferations Prevention program at Stimson. She came to Stimson after pursuing a master’s degree at Kings College, London, inspired by her favorite science fiction series. She hails from …
Match or Mismatch?: Comparing Formal Requests and Offers for Assistance in Border and Export Controls
Originally published in the Strategic Trade Review Journal Originally published in the Strategic Trade Research Journal Volume 5, Issue 7, Winter 2019.