Interns

Mr Martin Everett

Mr Martin Everett is a Research Intern at Project Alpha.  Mr Everett is currently studying a part-time MA in Science and Security at King’s College London Department of War Studies, with research interests in nuclear and chemical weapons proliferation, missile defence, hypersonic weapons, and state radiological warfare programs.

Mr Everett holds an M.Phys in Physics from the University of St Andrews and has engaged in experimental research on ultracooling of atoms and molecules, quantum computing, and testing of components for the Large Hadron Collider’s Compact Muon Solenoid detector.

Contact Information

Email: martin.everett@kcl.ac.uk

Ms Danielle Johnston

Ms Danielle Johnston’s research interests at Project Alpha include Middle East security and proliferation networks. Ms Johnston is currently completing an MA in Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies in the Middle East Department of King’s College London. She has a background in public sector analysis and holds a BA in International Relations and a Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Studies from the Australian National University.

Contact Information

Email: danielle.johnston@kcl.ac.uk

Mr Dhia Muhsin

Dhia Muhsin is an Intern with Project Alpha researching proliferation networks in the Middle East and North Africa. Before starting, Mr Muhsin founded and led the King’s College London Middle East and North Africa Forum in 2016 where he organised a string of panel events focusing on security issues in MENA. Concurrently, he was also a Junior Researcher at the Anglo Iraqi Studies Centre where he examined Iraqi defense issues and has also consulted on security issues in the Middle East for members of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His primary research focuses are on strategic forces and deterrence, with reference to weapons of mass destruction.

Mr Muhsin holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from King’s College London’s Department of War Studies where his undergraduate dissertation examined the construction of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s strategic doctrine in Iraq and Syria since 2011. Continuing his studies at the Department, he is currently studying for a Master of Arts in War Studies. Mr Muhsin speaks English and is fluent in Arabic and French.

Contact Information

Email: dhia.muhsin@kcl.ac.uk

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