dkim at partnershipforglobalsecurity.org
Mr. Daniel Kim is a research assistant at the Partnership for Global Security focusing on nuclear security and climate change topics. He is a senior studying at the George Washington University working to obtain his double major in Economics and International Affairs with a concentration in Security Policy. Previously, Daniel has worked at Results International Research & Consulting conducting research on the relationship between natural resource security, the environment and conflict. Additionally, Daniel spent his summer studying conflict resolution and security policy traveling to Jordan, Ireland and London as case study research. Daniel is passionate about understanding natural resource security, nuclear energy, global conflict and their potential implications for global security.