John Ashley is the Nuclear Security Fellow at Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP). John received a Master of International Policy from the University of Georgia in 2015, where he concentrated in CBRN nonproliferation and international security. While in graduate school, he conducted independent research on the Iran nuclear program and the JCPOA, the development of German internal security during the 1970s, North Korea's nuclear program, and the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1540. John has also done work on trade compliance at a consulting firm based out of the University of Georgia. He also has Bachelor's degrees in History and International Affairs from UGA, where he focused on the First World War.
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