Philip Maxon

As Program Associate for the Nuclear Strategy and Nonproliferation Initiative at the New America Foundation, Philip Maxon focuses on specific policy issues relating to reducing the role of nuclear weapons in international security, including the nonproliferation regime, U.S. stockpile maintenance, strategic posture, and arms control treaties.

Prior to working at New America, Philip worked with University of Maryland Prof. Catherine Kelleher focusing on the international aspect of reducing the role of nuclear weapons, as well as with the Ploughshares Fund, the British American Security Information Council, and the Arms Control Association where he focused on nuclear weapons policy.

Philip received his Masters in Public Policy from the University of Maryland and his bachelors’ degrees in International Relations & Theory, Arabic, and History from The Ohio State University.

Articles by Philip Maxon