I am a PhD Candidate in Security Studies at Princeton University's School of Public and International Affairs and a Fellow in Princeton's Center for International Security Studies (CISS), and a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Security Studies Program. My principal research interests lie in nuclear strategy, arms control and nonproliferation, strategic stability, extended deterrence, and the U.S.-China security relationship.

I have conducted research for the Brookings Institution, the Arms Control Association, the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, and the National Defense University’s Center for the Study of Chinese Military Affairs at Fort McNair in Washington. My research has been published or is forthcoming in International SecurityJournal of Strategic StudiesAsian Security, and The Nonproliferation Review. I have also written for Foreign Affairs, Joint Force Quarterly, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, War on the Rocks, and The National Interest.

I hold an MPA and an MA in Public Affairs from Princeton University and a BA in Political Science from Grinnell College. Besides English, I conduct research in Mandarin Chinese, Russian, and Italian.

My CV is available here and I can be reached at dlogan [at] princeton.edu.