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Dr Tytti Erästö

POSITION AT SIPRI
Researcher

Dr Tytti Erästö

Dr Tytti Erästö

Dr Tytti Erästö started as Researcher on nuclear weapon issues at SIPRI in October 2017, focusing on nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation issues.

Her recent and current research focuses on the Iran nuclear deal, the Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty, the U.S./NATO-Russia missile defense dispute, as well as the global disarmament and non-proliferation regime.

Previously she has worked at the Ploughshares Fund in Washington D.C., Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, and the Tampere Peace Research Institute in Finland.

Subject expertise

Iran nuclear deal, multilateral nuclear arms control treaties, missile defense, WMD free zone efforts in the Middle East

Regional expertise

Middle East, Europe, Russia

Languages
Finnish, English, Spanish, German, Swedish (elementary Russian and Farsi)
Education

PhD in International Relations, the University of Tampere, Finland

Citizenship
Finland
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External publications