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Rachel Whitlark

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Rachel Whitlark is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her work focuses on international security and foreign-policy decision-making, specifically including nuclear proliferation, counter-proliferation, and military intervention. Her book explores the American and Israeli use of preventive military force as a counter-proliferation strategy against adversarial nuclear programs. Her work has appeared in International Studies Quarterly, Security Studies, The Washington Quarterly, The Monkey Cage, War on the Rocks, and the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, among other publications.

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