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Matthew Teasdale is a Research Analyst at the Council for a Livable World. His areas of focus include transatlantic security, nuclear security, and European politics.
Prior to joining the Council, Matthew was an intern at the Hudson Institute, Edelman Global Advisory, and the American Enterprise Institute. His publications have appeared in Foreign Brief, the German Marshall Fund, Sundial Press, and the Counterterrorism Group. He has also participated in local Southern California politics in the Conejo Valley region. Matthew is accredited with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Sciences Po Paris in European-North American relations and international security.
In his spare time, Matthew enjoys going to the gym, reading French literature, and meeting new people.