Mariana BUDJERYN 마리아나 부제린
John F. Kennedy School of Government
케네디 공공정책대학원
Senior Research Associate 선임연구원
Mariana Budjeryn is a Senior Research Associate with the Project on Managing the Atom (MTA) at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. Formerly, she held appointments as a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at MTA, a fellow at Harvard Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, and as a visiting professor at Tufts University and Peace Research Institute Frankfurt. Mariana’s research focuses on the international nonproliferation regime, arms control, and post-Soviet nuclear history. Mariana also leads MTA’s Atomic Voices seminar series that provides a forum for marginalized voices and perspectives in the nuclear field. She is one of the architects and organizers of ACONA, an immersive course in arms control history, technology, and negotiations skills. Mariana’s research and analytical contributions appeared in the Journal of Cold War Studies, Nonproliferation Review, Foreign Affairs, Washington Post, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, War on the Rocks, Arms Control Today, and in the publications of the Woodrow Wilson Center where she is a Global Fellow. Mariana’s book Inheriting the Bomb: The Collapse of the USSR and the Nuclear Disarmament of Ukraine is forthcoming in December 2022 with Johns Hopkins University Press.