Christopher Tucker

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS)
SLP Manager
Research Associate

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS)

Christopher Tucker has researched a number of strategic trade control systems around the world and organized a variety of training programs covering strategic trade topics and CBRN security. He also directs and acts as the primary instructor for the Richard B. Russell Security Leadership scholarship, the flagship undergraduate program of the Center for International Trade & Security.

Education
  • M.A., University of Georgia 2007, International Affairs
  • B.A. (cum laude), University of Georgia 2005, International Affairs
More About

Mr. Christopher Tucker directs and acts as the primary instructor for the Richard B. Russell Security Leadership scholarship, the flagship undergraduate program of the Center for International Trade & Security. He is the project coordinator, manager and trainer for the recurring Security & Strategic Trade Management Academy as well as a number of overseas training initiatives. He has coordinated and spoken at government and industry outreach workshops in the USA, Middle East, Europe and South Asia. He is Associate Editor of the 1540 Compass, published jointly with the United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs.

Areas of Expertise
  • Strategic trade controls and compliance
  • CBRN security
  • The human dimension of nonproliferation
Research Interests
  • Strategic trade controls and compliance
  • CBRN security
  • The human dimension of nonproliferation