Expert | Marina Fujita Dickson

Marina Fujita Dickson

Research Associate


    Marina Dickson earned her Master of Arts in Strategic Studies and International Economics with a minor in Korea Studies from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University. At SAIS, she worked as a Research Assistant under Dr. Thomas Rid focusing on disinformation and information security.

    Prior to her Masters, she worked at the Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies as a Policy Research Fellow under Dr. Kent Calder. She also has experience working as a senior consultant at The Beacon Group, supporting Fortune 500 companies in defense, technology, and healthcare industries navigate new market opportunities.

    She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bates College in Politics and History.


    U.S. security policy / Disinformation / Japan-Korea relations / Cyber security

    Associated Projects

    CPTPP Project


    Journal Article

    2023.05.09 / Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

    Fukushima: Lessons learned from a devastating “near-miss”

    Geoeconomic Briefing

    2023.04.17 / Japan Times

    It’s time for the U.S. to rediscover its role in the G7