Research and Programming Assistant
Expertise: Great Power Competition, Russian Foreign Policy, National Security and Space
Tucker Hamilton graduated from The George Washington University with a B.A. in International Affairs with a concentration in security policy and a minor in Russian. His research interests include national security, grand strategy, Russian intelligence operations, space weaponization, and strategic stability.
Tucker previously worked as an Undergraduate Research Fellow for GW’s Institute for Korea Studies. In this role, Tucker assessed the credibility of North Korea’s nuclear deterrent and analyzed the Kim regime’s continued reliance upon conventional capabilities for generating deterrence.
In his free time, Tucker enjoys reading, skiing, and exercise.