Melissa Hanham

Melissa Hanham

Melissa Hanham is a Senior Research Associate at the James Martin Center of Nonproliferation Studies and the META Lab of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Her regional interests include the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, North Korean WMD procurement and proliferation networks, China’s nuclear posture, and East Asian security. She also studies Chinese, South Korean, and Japanese nuclear exports, as well as East and Southeast Asian export control systems. Melissa also investigates new techniques in open source geospatial analysis, incorporating imagery and other remote sensing data, large data sets, social media, 3D modeling, and GIS mapping. She teaches “Open Source Analysis for Nonproliferation Studies” at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.

 

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Back of the Envelope on the DPRK’s New SLBM

Metadata: MetaUseful & MetaCreepy

Name That Vista

There’s a Map for That

The F-Bomb

NOTAM Like the Present

How Tall Is That Gantry?

Hello, World!

 

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