Sang-Min Kim (@SangMinKim0) is a Student Staff Editor at Just Security. He is a joint degree student at NYU Law, where he is a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar, and at Harvard Kennedy School, where he is pursuing a master’s in public policy. He graduated magma cum laude from UC Berkeley in 2020 as a Gates Millennium scholar. During college, he was a project manager and one of 2020 Human Rights Fellows at UC Berkeley School of Law’s Human Rights Center, where he investigated and verified war crimes and human rights atrocities through open source intelligence. He also served as an open source fellow at the United Nations, where he conducted confidential legal projects surrounding Myanmar, and a Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow at the Arms Control Association, where he worked on the nonproliferation portfolio which mainly involved projects related to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs.
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