Associate Research Analyst, CNA
Rose Tenyotkin is an Associate Research Analyst at the Center for Naval Analyses in the China & Indo Pacific Security Affairs Division. Her research focus ranges from China's economic statecraft, overseas foreign investment, and export control laws, to China’s nuclear weapons program. Her recent publication topics include the implications of US withdrawal from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty and China's ability to access foreign technology through legal economic means. Prior to joining CNA, Rose was a research assistant at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies, where she worked on tracking DPRK illicit procurement networks. She also interned at Czech Technical University's Department of Nuclear Reactors, where she studied safeguards and conducted research on a nuclear research reactor. Rose is currently a 2021 Project on Nuclear Issues Nuclear Scholar, a mentor for Girl Security and the Nuclear Fusion Project as well as a member of Young Leaders Program for the Pacific Forum and the Emerging Voices Network. Rose has a Masters in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. She studied Mandarin at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China as a Boren Fellow.