Making sense of the world, bit by bit.

Zachary Kitt uses computers to analyze transnational processes that threaten global peace and security. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara and his master's degree from Yale.

Written Work

Book Review: Nuclear Strategy in the Modern Era
A book review written for Perspectives that explores Vipin Narang's insightful book on nuclear deterrence.
Recent Developments in Czech-American Relations: A Brief Overview
A small opinion piece written for Mezinárodní Politika that considers whether or not Czech-American relations are worsening.
The Brazilian Tenentes
This research paper, written during my time at UCSB, covers the Tenente revolts of the 1920s.
The (Unchanging) Statistics of Deadly Quarrels
A short piece that covers Lewis Fry Richardson and his work on deadly quarrels. I use statistical analysis to verify that his findings remain relevant to modern conflict.