Paulina Izewicz

Research Associate, Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy

Expertise:

  • Non-proliferation and nuclear policy
  • Middle East; Iran
  • Iran’s nuclear and missile programmes, sanctions, export controls and deterrence

Languages: English, Polish, Spanish

Summary: Paulina Izewicz is a Research Associate with the Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Programme at the IISS. She coordinates the programme’s work focused on Iran and the Middle East, in addition to providing research and analysis in her other areas of expertise.

Experience:

  • 2015–2016: Research Analyst, Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Programme, IISS
  • 2013–2015: Research Associate, Institute for Science and International Security

Selected Publications:

  • ‘Show and TEL: Iranian missile development defies restrictions’, Jane’s Intelligence Review (January 2016) with Ian J. Stewart and Nick Hansen
  • ‘Civilian or military? Dual-use items as a challenge to the nuclear non-proliferation regime’, The Polish Quarterly of International Affairs (no. 3/2015) with Justin Dunnicliff
  • ‘The Case for the Rebalancing of NATO on the Eastern Flank’, in V. Naumescu and D. Dungaciu (eds.), The European Union’s Eastern Neighbourhood Today: Politics, Dynamics, Perspectives (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015) with Octavian Manea

About the Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Programme:

The Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Programme supports international efforts to strengthen the non-proliferation regime and deal with the most dangerous regional proliferation threats. It also focuses on disarmament issues and efforts to mitigate nuclear dangers.

Joined IISS: May 2015

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