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Conventional and Dual Use Technology Export Control Legislation in the European Union and the United States: How Legislative Convergence Is Being Undermined by Administrative and Strategic Divergence

March 1, 2007

Noah Richmond (speaker) is a CISAC Zukerman Fellow and a Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation fellow.

Strategies for Combating Terrorism

October 10, 2006

Bioterrorism is a growing threat. While the U.S.

Defense Spending and the Quadrennial Defense Review: Where Is America Headed?

April 25, 2006

Philip Coyle is a recognized expert on U.S.

Japan's Security Strategy in the Post-9/11 World: Embracing a New Realpolitik

April 21, 2006

In his recent book, Daniel Kliman argues that the years following September 11, 2001, have marked a turning point in Japan's defense strategy.

The Emerging 2030 Vision for Nuclear Weapons Stockpile and Infrastructure Transformation

January 17, 2006

John Harvey has served since March 2001 as director of the Policy Planning Staff of the National Nuclear Security Administration.

The Dangers of Accidental Ballistic Missile Launch

October 25, 2005

During the Cold War the United States and the Soviet Union made launch-on-warning an important part of their nuclear strategies.

Calculated Risks? Computing and the Problem of Missile Defense, 1957--Today

May 31, 2005

Visions of missile defense have long centered on missile interceptors or lasers, occasionally included the radar "eyes" of a system, and usually ignored the computer "brains" that must inevitably...

North Korea in 2005 and Beyond

May 27, 2005

Congressman Weldon represents the Seventh Congressional District of Pennsylvania. He is in his tenth term and is the most senior Republican in the Pennsylvania delegation.

Experts on Defense: Constructing Scientific Authority in Security Debates

May 5, 2005

Despite the increasing centrality of computer software in modern weapons systems, computing remains relatively underrepresented in public debates about weapons policy.

Reducing the Risk of Accidental Launch: Time for a New Approach?

January 11, 2005

The presentation examines the practical problems of reducing the danger of accidental launch and suggests that the current approach to the problem should be reconsidered. First, the U.S.

Ballistic Missile Defense

April 22, 2003

Ballistic Missile Defense Reorganization and Its Impact on Oversight

March 11, 2003

In January last year, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld declared that the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization would henceforth be known as the Missile Defense Agency.

National Missile Defense

October 3, 2000