Living at the Nuclear Brink: Yesterday and Today is an online course (a "MOOC") taught by former Defense Secretary William J. Perry and a team of international experts. “I believe that the likelihood of a nuclear catastrophe is greater today than it was during the cold war,” said Perry.
SCPKU Faculty Fellow and Stanford University Professor Randall Stafford believes that China is in a good position to help create new solutions to the world's health problems according to a story by China Daily USA reporter Lia Zhu.
Intrigued by the shifting dynamics of the health insurance industry and inspired partly by her own experience of finding health care coverage during graduate school, Maria Polyakova has joined a small group of health economists who are at the forefront of examining the increasing complexities surrounding the provision of medical insurance.
The CISAC lecture series, "Security Matters," surveyed the most pressing security issues facing the world today. Topics include cybersecurity, nuclear proliferation, insurgency and intervention, terrorism, biosecurity, lessons learned from the Cold War and Cuban Missile Crisis – as well as the future of U.S. leadership in the world.