Andrew is the publishing manager at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, a policy-focused think tank at Harvard Kennedy School. He specializes in producing academic works for print and digital publication, designing original data visualizations, and managing the Center’s brand. Andrew is also active in the field of nuclear weapons education, serving as teaching assistant for various graduate classes in Harvard’s nuclear deterrence certificate program and giving occasional lectures on technology, history, and cultural issues. Much of his work focuses on American nuclear policy through a historical lens, public education and activism, and how the presence of nuclear weapons affects society broadly. He has been featured in outlets such as The Boston Globe, The Hill, BBC Newsday, Arms Control Today, and Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, and has spoken on the BBC World Service. A former N Square fellow, Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University and a master’s in international relations from Harvard Extension School. His thesis explored a unique dimension of Mao Zedong’s ideology and the longlasting normative influence those beliefs had on China’s future nuclear policy choices.
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