<span>FSI Fellows Trip to the National Training Center</span><span>The U.S. Army invited scholars and researchers from Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute (FSI) FSI to visit the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California
It was an extraordinary week in North Korean nuclear affairs. First, high-level South Korean envoys met with the North’s leader Kim Jong-un, returning to Seoul with promises of an inter-Korean summit and other seemingly conciliatory statements.
I was very encouraged to hear that a summit meeting is being planned for May to deal with the dangerous North Korea nuclear program. This is a major improvement over diplomacy that consisted of shouting insults at each other.But there are two key questions about this meeting:First: what will we talk about? That is, what does the U.S. expect to get, and what is the U.S. willing to give?
On March 7, 2018, CISAC scholar and Hoover Institution Research Fellow Andrew Grotto testified before a bicameral hearing of the California Legislature on “Cybersecurity and California Elections.” Grotto emphasized the importance of upholding the public's confidence in our electoral infrastructure, and highlighted the need for California's state and county election professionals to implement cybersecurity best practices.