William Lucier

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Nuclear Security Intern

Expertise: Nuclear Policy, US-DPRK Relations, Arms Control

William Lucier graduated from Fordham University last May with a BA in International Studies.

Last fall William wrote his senior thesis on North Korea. He argued that the North Korean regime is rational when viewed through the lens of realism; as its nuclear and ballistic missile programs bellicose threats and limited economic reforms aim to maximize its own security in order to ensure its own survival.

William has previously interned with Congressman Jim Himes (D CT-4). This past summer he helped run a fundraising campaign for Doctors Without Borders in Boston.

Recent Posts

What We Are Reading

Posted on: Dec 14, 2018

Biodiesel Production: Protecting our National Security, Economy and Climate

Posted on: Nov 29, 2018

North Korean Threats Aim to Exploit US-South Korea Rift

Posted on: Nov 09, 2018

ASP COO Andrew Holland and David Wade Argue for Stronger Ties With Guyana

Posted on: Nov 02, 2018

ASP CEO BGen Cheney Argues Against Trump’s Coal Subsidization Plan

Posted on: Oct 25, 2018

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