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The Office of Pandemic Preparedness and Response Policy (OPPR) is a critical component of the Executive Office of the President (EOP) in the White House

On May 6, the Russian Defense Ministry announced an exercise near Ukraine involving the possible use of non-strategic (tactical) nuclear weapons.

Power-hungry leaders. Nuclear Weapons. War games. The tensions between two forces ushered in a decadeslong conflict - and devastation around the globe

Students from of POLISCI114S: International Security in a Changing World embrace diplomatic roles to tackle global nuclear security challenges in 2024 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference simulation

A new feature highlighting the work of CISAC fellows

Johnson has expressed support for Ukraine in the past — but done nothing, apparently out of concern for his job. Now, he must act. Ukraine could lose without U.S. help.

The awards recognize publishers who produce books, journals, and digital products of extraordinary merit that make a significant contribution to a field of study

Rice, who most recently served as President Biden’s domestic policy advisor, will have simultaneous appointments across FSI, as well as at Stanford’s Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence institute.

"We found them understandably war-weary but resolved to continue the fight, believing they can prevail and drive out the Russian aggressors. We also heard growing exasperation with their most important partner, the United States."

Sidra Hamidi (‘18 - ‘19) and Chantel Murphy (‘18 - ‘19), gained recognition for their co-authored article “A tale of two fuel cycles: defining enrichment and reprocessing in the nonproliferation regime”

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Assessing Russia’s nuclear threats

Since Trinity—the first atomic bomb test on the morning of July 16, 1945, near Alamogordo, New Mexico—the nuclear-armed states have conducted 2,056 nuclear tests (Kimball 2023)

These polls give some support to the frequently made observation that nuclear war is far down on the concerns of millennials.

An effort to secure Senate consent to ratification would require a determined push by the White House, but in present circumstances even that would probably fall short given the difficult international climate and domestic US politics.

The consequences of allowing Ukraine to fall would be catastrophic for American interests and could put American lives at risk.

WATCH | Rose Gottemoeller, former NATO Deputy Secretary General, tells Christiane Amanpour that Kyiv has a pathway to victory in its war against Russia.

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While Russia suspends the New START Treaty with the US, China continues rearming. Can the demise of nuclear arms control still be averted?

If Ukraine falls because Republicans block U.S. assistance, they will bear a grotesque responsibility — and will have put the United States and American soldiers in greater jeopardy.

A new feature highlighting the work of CISAC fellows

At their July 2023 summit, NATO leaders expressed support for Ukraine’s ultimate membership, though they did not outline a concrete plan for achieving that.

Please join us in congratulating James X. Dempsey, for being appointed to the Data Protection Review Court (DPRC) in the U.S. Department of Justice.