Miles Pomper became editor of Arms Control Today in March 2003. Prior to joining ACA, Mr. Pomper was a foreign policy reporter for CQ Weekly, where he covered the full range of foreign policy issues, including arms control and proliferation concerns. He traveled to Russia to monitor the progress of the Nunn-Lugar cooperative threat reduction program, delved deeply into the proliferation concerns behind Iraq and North Korea, and dissected the Moscow Treaty between the United States and Russia. He has also worked at the Legi-Slate News Service and written several book chapters and analytical articles for publications such as Foreign Service Journal and the Houston Chronicle.
Before working as a full-time journalist, Mr. Pomper served as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Information Agency. For several years, he served as the assistant information officer and a spokesperson of the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela. Mr. Pomper holds a master degree in international affairs from Columbia University and masters degree in journalism from Northwestern University.