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Greg Terryn is a Policy Analyst at the Council for a Livable World, where his work focuses on nuclear threat reduction and nonproliferation issues. In addition, Terryn works on U.S. nuclear weapons spending, the 5+1-Iran nuclear negotiations, the Obama administration’s nuclear policy legacy, US-Russia relations, and a variety of other international issues relevant to US security.

Formerly, Greg served 9 months as the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow at the Center.

Terryn is a recent graduate from the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy’s Undergraduate program at the University of Michigan, where his studies focused on international crisis and recovery policy.