Paul Kerr has been a research analyst at the Arms Control Association covering missile and nuclear non-proliferation issues since 2002. He also covers weapons of mass destruction developments in South Asia, Northeast Asia, and the Persian Gulf regions, as well as Israel's status within the international non-proliferation regime and U.S. non-proliferation policy. Mr. Kerr contributes articles to Arms Control Today, the Association's publication, and has published editorials in Defense News and The Washington Times. He is also frequently quoted in the press.
Mr. Kerr has been an analyst for the Center for Strategic and International Studies' International Security Program, where he managed projects dealing with export controls on high-performance computers and U.S. nuclear strategy. He also conducted extensive research on regional integration in Southeast Asia, as well as nuclear and biological weapons proliferation. He also managed the defense program at the Lexington Institute and was a writer for the Anteon Corporation's Center for Security Strategies and Operations.
Mr. Kerr received his M.A. in International Relations from the University of South Carolina and his B.A. in History from the University of Vermont.