Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Diana Myers is a research associate at the Center for Global Security Research (CGSR) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Diana is also a 3rd year doctoral candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School and an Air Force Fellow at the RAND Corporation, where she specializes in North Korean and Chinese military strategic studies. Her PhD dissertation explores North Korea’s evolving military threat towards China, particularly with respect to nuclear weapons. Her research focuses on a mixed-methods approach, utilizing both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, while also borrowing from nearly two decades of abroad experience in East Asia. In addition to her academic pursuits, Diana is also a member of the Air Force Language Enabled Airmen Program (LEAP), and maintains a native-level proficiency in Korean. She received her B.S. in political science and officer commission from the United States Air Force Academy.