This Tuesday, the Federation of American Scientists and the Heritage Foundation hosted a briefing on nuclear waste management. Featured were speakers Dr. Charles Ferguson, Professor Clifford Singer, Mr. Jack Spencer, and Ms. Sharon Squassoni.
This Monday, June 25, the Brookings Institution hosted John Everard, the former British ambassador to North Korea who spent two and a half years of his life in the country, from 2005 to 2008. The panel featured David Straub and Jonathan Pollack, with Richard Bush moderating. Everard gave a presentation on his experience in North [...]
The Hudson Institute hosted “When Iran Gets the Bomb: What Will It Do? What Will Others Do? What Will Be the Costs?” which was set in the future with each interlocutor adopting the role of an Iranian government official and collaborating with each other in a workshop designed to discuss nuclear weapons technology in the [...]
This Wednesday, June 20, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted the workshop “Dictatorship 2.0: Modern Authoritarian Regimes.” Karim Sadjadpour moderated the discussion of various authoritarian regimes throughout the world.
This Tuesday, Nadia Diuk, Vice President of the National Endowment for Democracy, hosted a panel discussion concerning her book and the topics addressed therein. Also featured was Sharon Wolchik, Professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, and Marc Plattner, who moderated the discussion. Diuk’s book studies the role of youth in [...]
FAS was pleased to welcome experts Matthew McKinzie with the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Hans Kristensen with FAS, and Tamara Patton with the Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) this Thursday to present and discuss their use of satellite imagery to monitor nuclear forces and proliferators. Matthew McKinzie spoke about the use of Geographic Information [...]