Posts tagged with nuclear energy

FAS Roundup: February 24, 2014

Army manual on cyberspace ops, GAO finds data on intelligence contractors unreliable and more. From the Blogs Army Issues Guidance on Cyberspace Operations: For the first time the U.S. Army has produced official doctrine on military activities in cyberspace, including offensive, defensive and network operations. The February 2014 introduces the fundamentals of cyber operations, or “cyber […]

2013 FAS Accomplishments

With generous support from members and donors, FAS was able to continue its work to provide science-based analysis of and practical solutions to reduce dangers from weapons of mass destruction, as well as to promote greater accountability of government in secrecy and classification policies. A list of achievements by topic can be found below. Nuclear […]

FAS Roundup: November 11, 2013

China’s nuclear forces, “no spy zones” abroad, and more. Chinese Nuclear Forces in 2013 Hans Kristensen and Robert Norris examine the status of China’s nuclear forces and determine that the arsenal is slowly growing and the capability of those weapons is also increasing. China has approximately 250 warheads in its stockpile for delivery by nearly […]

FAS Roundup: October 28, 2013

New D0D report on overclassification misses the mark, Fukushima podcast, and much more. New Podcast on Nuclear Energy Post Fukushima FAS President Dr. Charles Ferguson was interviewed by Science for the People’s podcast series regarding environmental and public health issues after the Fukushima nuclear accident. Dr. Ferguson also addresses the future use of nuclear power in Japan. […]

FAS Roundup: October 21, 2013

DoD releases directive on leaks to press, the Conference on Disarmament and much more. From the Blogs Cryptographer Adi Shamir Prevented From Attending NSA History Conference: In an e-mail to colleagues, Israeli cryptographer Adi Shamir recounts the difficulties he faced in getting a visa to attend the 2013 Cryptologic History Symposium sponsored by the National Security Agency. Secrecy News has reprinted […]

Event: Launching the World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2013

Launching the World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2013 October 17, 2013 12:30 – 2:30pm National Resources Defense Council D.C. Office 1152 15th Street NW Washington, DC A light lunch will be served from 12:15pm Opening remarks: Christopher Paine, Senior Policy Advisor, NRDC Nuclear Program Keynote: Mycle Schneider, Independent energy consultant, Lead author of The World […]

FAS Roundup: August 26, 2013

Summer issue of the PIR, Fukushima and much more. Summer Issue of the Public Interest Report The Summer issue of the PIR is now available online; it includes articles on benefits and challenges of active monitoring of nuclear weapons, history of the U.S. nuclear stockpile,  and mechanisms to attract students to the nuclear policy field. Summer 2013 Public […]

Call for Applications: NPEC Public Policy Fellowship

The Nonproliferation Policy Education Center  (NPEC) Public Policy Fellowship is designed to educate policymaking staffers in the U.S. government on the essentials of issues related to nuclear weapons proliferation and nuclear energy.  Participants will include policy staffers committed to protecting U.S. and international security against the threats posed by the further spread of nuclear weapons. Applications for […]

Generation Prague 2013 Conference

On July 17, Dr. Charles Ferguson participated in a panel with Mr. Edward McGinnis from the Department of Energy on nuclear energy issues at the Generation Prague 2013: Building a Strategy of Peace conference hosted by the State Department and George Washington University’s Elliot School. Event photos: Department of State Bureau of ISN George Washington […]