King's College London - International Centre for Security Analysis

ICSA (United Kingdom)

The International Centre for Security Analysis (ICSA) carries out multidisciplinary policy and academic research on international security issues, currently concentrating in three main areas: (1) Non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, especially nuclear weapons; (2) Open source research methodology; (3) Data management. In addition to these three areas, ICSA performs academic research, consultancy work, and training in open source intelligence (OSINT) methods.

Contact information

King's College London - International Centre for Security Analysis - ICSA

the Strand
London WC2R 2LS
UK

The team

Lucy Jones - Research Associate

Resume

Research Associate, International Centre for Security Analysis (ICSA), King’s Policy Institutes, King’s College London. She has a PhD in Classics from the University of London

Speciality

  • Nuclear non -proliferation

Joanna Kidd - Director


joanna.kidd@kcl.ac.uk
Tel: +44 207 8482859

Resume

Joanna Kidd is the director of the International Centre for Security Analysis (ICSA), King’s Policy Institutes, King’s College London. Prior to joining King’s, she worked as a Defence Analyst at the IISS in London having earlier worked as a warfare officer in the UK Royal Navy. Her PhD was on Turkish strategic culture.

Speciality

  • Nuclear non-proliferation, especially in the Middle East

Carl Miller - researcher

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Researcher, International Centre for Security Analysis (ICSA), King’s Policy Institutes, King’s College London. In addition to his work at ICSA, he also works at the think tank Demos.

Speciality

  • Nuclear non-proliferation, especially in the Middle East

Thomas Plant - Research Fellow

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Research Fellow, International Centre for Security Analysis (ICSA), King’s Policy Institutes, King’s College London.

Speciality

  • Nuclear non -proliferation