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Dani Nedal
Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow

Dani Nedal is a PhD Candidate at the Government Department at Georgetown University. He studies International Relations, with a focus on international security and international relations theory. His dissertation explores the relationship between urban geography and international security. In particular, it focuses on the constraining effects of urban concentration on conflict proneness, bargaining effectiveness, and nuclear doctrine and strategy. Before joining MIT, he was a Smith Richardson Fellow at Yale International Security Studies.