Doreen Horschig is the Roger L. Hale Fellow at Ploughshares Fund, a doctoral candidate in security studies at the University of Central Florida, and a 2021 CSIS’ Project on Nuclear Issues nuclear scholar. Her work focuses on nuclear policy, specifically public opinion and counter-proliferation, as well as norms of nuclear and chemical weapons. Doreen is currently completing her dissertation titled “An Illusional Nuclear Taboo: Mechanisms of Domestic Attitudinal Patterns for Extreme Methods of War.”
Doreen holds a M.A. in International Relations from New York University and a B.A. in International Studies from Manhattan College.
You can follow her on Twitter @doreen__h.
- Chemical Weapons and the Hierarchy of Victims War on the Rocks, 2021
- A Conditional Norm: Chemical Warfare from Colonialism to Contemporary Civil Wars Third World Quarterly, 2021
- Cyber Weapons in Nuclear Counterproliferation Defense and Security Analysis, 2020
- Gen Z is Worried About More Than Just Climate Change: Is it any surprise that this globally conscious generation also cares about nukes? Inkstick Media, 2020
- Israel could strike first as tensions with Iran flare The Conversation, 2019