Avi Ross is a fellow at the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs’ Nuclear Security Program, part of International Security Studies.
Ross is a sophomore at Yale College pursuing a B.A. in global affairs and a certificate in French. An officer of European Horizons and a member of the Alexander Hamilton Society, he is interested in the intersection of nuclear arms control and transatlantic diplomacy. Specifically, Ross is focused on the role nuclear weapons play in shaping transatlantic approaches to NATO enlargement and European strategic autonomy.
This summer, he will be studying the rise of European populism in Sweden and conducting research on arms control agreements with Alexandre Debs, associate professor of political science at Yale.