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Doreen Horschig is a PhD student in Security Studies at the Political Science Department at the University of Central Florida. She works as Teaching Assistant for International Law (INR 4401), Comparative Politics (CPO03103), and Politics of the Middle East (CPO3403). Her areas of research include nuclear security (deterrence, proliferation, limited war, and latency), U.S. Intelligence, and (counter-) terrorism.

Doreen pursued her Master’s degree in International Relations at New York University as a DAAD Fellow (German Academic Exchange Service). While at NYU, she has also worked as editor for the Journal of Political Inquiry and has published peer-reviewed works. Currently, Doreen is working on nuclear deterrence in the 21st century and nuclear latency in East Asia.

Previously, Doreen was a Research Assistant for the Organization for International Cooperation (Fall 2015) as well as for Dr. James Nolt (Spring 2016) and interned with Human Rights Watch in NYC, the German Federal Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag) in Berlin, Congressman Eliot L. Engel in Riverdale, and Covalence EthicalQuote in Geneva. While a Division 1 track and field athlete, she graduated summa cum laude from Manhattan College (2015) with a B.A. in International Studies.

Doreen is from Lumpzig, Germany and currently resides in Orlando, FL.