Naina Azimov

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Climate Security Intern

Expertise: Climate Change and International Security, Security Policy, U.S. National Security, U.S.-Russia Relations, NATO

Naina Azimov is currently in her second year of pursuing a Master of Arts in Security Policy Studies at the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University.  Her primary interests lie in the effects of climate change on international security and the U.S. national security posture. During her academic career, she has written several analyses on the effects of climate change on Russian national security, and climate’s effects on U.S. military bases worldwide. She has previously worked at the Permanent Mission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to the United Nations, pursuing her interests in international organizations and their geopolitical consequences.

Prior to her Masters degree, she studied International Affairs at the GWU Elliott School as well, concentrating in Security Policy and Conflict Resolution. During her undergraduate career, she spent four months studying and working in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Recent Posts

FARC's Resurgence and Potential Environmental Impacts

Posted on: Sep 06, 2019

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