Casey W. Mahoney

International Nonproliferation Professional In Training

Conferences & Publications

Conferences and presentations

CSIS Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI) Spring Conference (anticipated). Pacific Northwest National Labs, Richland, WA. April 2012. Presenter.

Presenting work in progress: “Inside Indian nuclear politics and 21st century nonproliferation initiatives.”

American Nuclear Society (ANS) 2012 Student Conference (anticipated). Las Vegas, NV. April 2012. Attendee.

Meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the Programme of Action (PoA) on Small Arms and Light Weapons. United Nations Headquarters, New York, NY. March 2012. Presenter at PrepCom side-event.

“Measuring and Prioritizing National Efforts to Implement Commitments to SALW Controls: A Practical Application of International Small Arms Control Standards (ISACS)” (with Edward Laurance, Shawn Harris, Addison Embrey, and Sean Malvey) presented at the Permanent Mission of New Zealand to the UN.

Student Spring Symposium. Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. May 2011. Presenter.

“Placing local ‘self’ government: The capture of local autonomy in authoritarian Russia, 2000-2010.” See publication information below.

Summer Research Symposium. Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. July 2010. Presenter.

Enterprise land-use in Russia: Economic implications in the post-Soviet landscape (with Jessi Stevens and William Pyle). See poster and online resources.

Published and archived works

Placing local ‘self’ government: The capture of local autonomy in authoritarian Russia, 2000-2010. Archived in Freeman International Center, Middlebury College, VT. 2011. 140 pp.

Honors thesis, undergraduate. Received annual International Studies Prize and Normano Prize as best thesis across all international studies and Russian and Eastern European studies departments, respectively. Download PDF.

“The electric energy market of Irkutsk Oblast: History and future prospects.” Applied Science Symposium of Young Researchers Journal. Irkutsk: Irkutsk State University, 2010. 47-49.

In Russian.

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