About Michael Landweber
Michael is the Associate Director of the Partnership for a Secure America. Prior to joining PSA, he spent eight years at the State Department working on nonproliferation issues, including export controls, India-Pakistan sanctions, MANPADS, UNSCR 1540 and WMD terrorism. Michael was also a member of the delegation to G-8 and U.S.-EU nonproliferation talks.
After entering the government on a Presidential Management Fellowship, Michael tracked counternarcotics spending at the Office of National Drug Control Policy and focused on Asia during rotations at State in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research and with the Secretary’s Policy Planning Staff. He has also worked for The Japan Times in Tokyo and the Associated Press in Washington, DC. Michael holds a joint Masters in Public Policy and Southeast Asian Studies from the University of Michigan and an A.B. in East Asian Studies from Princeton University.
Posts by Michael Landweber:
- Should We Engage Iran Out of the NPT?, 03 Dec 2009
- DPRK: China Loves Me, China Loves Me Not, 08 Jun 2009
- Is Burma Obama’s Real Test?, 25 May 2009
- Is Cuba Worth It?, 13 Apr 2009
- Moral Hazard and the Olive Branch, 16 Mar 2009
- The Idiot’s Guide to Bipartisanship for Dummies, 13 Feb 2009
- Advice for the WMD Coordinator, 02 Feb 2009
- Want Middle East peace? Next stop: Damascus, 05 Jan 2009
- The Day After: Iran and the Bomb, 08 Dec 2008
- Renewing the U.S.-UN Relationship, 20 Nov 2008