About the Author

Suzanne Claeys is a program coordinator and research assistant with the Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI) at the Center for the Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) where she manages the European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogues and research on the future of arms control in an era of strategic competition. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from American University with a B.A. in international studies and Spanish studies.
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Online Event: A Conversation with Rep. Adam Smith

Please join the Center for Strategic and International Studies Project on Nuclear Issues for a discussion with House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith on nuclear modernization and arms control in 2021.

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CRDF Openings

CRDF Global has openings for four different positions. Visit the links to learn more!   Project Lead, Emerging Technologies, Technology Transfer, and Chinese Military-Civil Fusion Senior Project Lead, Emerging Technologies, Technology Transfer, and Chinese Military-Civil Fusion Project Lead, DPRK Counterproliferation Senior Project Lead, DPRK Counterproliferation  

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STRATCOM Deterrence Symposium

STRATCOM is hosting their 2020 Deterrence Symposium virtually! From November 2-13, STRATCOM will be hosting a panel a day.

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PONI Capstone Conference

Due to internal guidance from CSIS, guidance from STRATCOM partners, and our determination to prioritize everyone’s health and safety we are going to postpone the Capstone Conference. This is a priority event for us and we are currently working to reschedule the conference and will follow up with you all as soon as we nail Read More

Nuclear Policy News

Nuclear Policy News – June 25, 2019

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One-third of Americans would support a preemptive nuclear strike on North Korea, researchers say
Washington Post

Trump has no plans to meet with North Korea’s Kim during South Korea visit: senior U.S. official
Reuters

Iran calls new U.S. sanctions ‘outrageous and idiotic,’ warns that path to diplomacy is permanently closed
Washington Post

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