What would detailed conventional nuclear integration in doctrine, concepts, and large-scale exercises look like? Joint concepts inform high-level military doctrine, which in turn provides guidance on what the military should aim to achieve through planning and training in large-scale exercises.
Join us for Arms Control Idol! The live, online grand final will be held on Tuesday, 15 September at 3.00pm-4.30pm BST. The global arms control regime is in peril. With the end of the INF Treaty, allegations of Russian cheating on various agreements, and US plans to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, arms control Read More
What might Pyongyang’s continued missile tests, public statements, and military exercises signal ahead of the 75th anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea?
Please join us for a discussion with General John E. Hyten (USAF), Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff About this Event General Hyten will discuss a number of strategic security issues related to nuclear weapons, WMD, and advanced technology, as well as his work as Co-Chair of the DoD COVID-19 Task Force. The session will Read More
Please join us for a discussion with Mr. Vayl S. Oxford, Director, Defense Threat Reduction Agency About this Event Mr. Oxford will discuss the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s role in supporting Department of Defense efforts to reduce the threat of Weapons of Mass Destruction in a time of Great Powers Competition. Mr. Vayl S. Oxford, Read More
Held virtually with colleagues from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, this conference will feature two days of presentations from rising experts covering topics such as nuclear modernization policy and strategies, arms control, proliferation challenges, and deterrence.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the UK Project On Nuclear Issues (UK PONI), over which time its Annual Conference has become the premier national forum for emerging scholars and professionals to consider salient issues in nuclear policy, to share their work, and to connect with peers and established experts. 9 June 1300-1800: Emerging Read More
The National Defense University Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) invites you to join us on 17-18 June for online Annual Symposium panels exploring how the convergence of geopolitics and emerging technology will shape today’s WMD issues. While COVID-19 transmission mitigation measures will preclude execution of this year’s event on the Read More
Featuring Fiona Cunningham, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University; Michael Kofman, Director of the Russia Studies Program, CNA; and Amy F. Woolf, Specialist in Nuclear Weapons Policy, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress; moderated by Eric Gomez, Director of Defense Policy Studies, Cato Institute. May 26, 2020 12:00 PM to Read More
This site, The U.S. Nuclear Narrative, augments and serves as an additional resource to the report findings. Here, users will find the full report, a summary version with the study’s main takeaways, and a database with primary source documents utilized in the research. Users will also be able to delve into an interactive timeline tracking how the U.S. nuclear narrative has shifted over the years and to explore additional, selected online resources.