Nathaniel Lutovsky

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Legislative Analyst
Washington Office

Education

M.A. in international affairs, George Washington University; B.A. in political science, North Dakota State University

Overview

Nathaniel Lutovsky is a legislative analyst at the RAND Corporation, where he works on international affairs and national security issues. Before joining RAND, he worked for Senator Kent Conrad (D-ND) as a legislative assistant, focusing on foreign policy issues. Lutovsky received a B.A. in political science and Spanish from North Dakota State University and an M.A. in international affairs from the George Washington University.

Commentary

  • A man and his physical therapist in a session

    As Congress Drafts the NDAA, What Are Options for TRICARE Reform?

    A stronger TRICARE program that provides greater value-based care in a more efficient manner could result from adopting innovations made in the private sector, while also recognizing the unique role of military treatment facilities.

    Feb 8, 2016 The RAND Blog

  • Pumpjack and oil refinery plant in West Texas

    What Will Happen After the Oil Export Ban Is Repealed?

    Without the crude oil export ban, producers could sell their product abroad without discounting it, and the Gulf Coast refineries could specialize in the heavier oil for which they are optimized. On the whole, the global refining industry would likely enjoy efficiency gains.

    Dec 22, 2015 The RAND Blog