Today, traditional nuclear missions increasingly intersect with emerging technical domains such as space and cyber. How can policymakers mitigate the risks that bureaucratic competition can pose to the shared mission of defending the nuclear command, control, and communications (NC3) system?
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.
Understanding international security issues at the “nuclear nexus” is critical for managing a contemporary security environment characterized by rapid technological innovation, increased strategic competition, and a looming nuclear shadow.
In today’s competitive security landscape, nuclear weapons cannot be examined in isolation from other strategic security challenges. Current and emerging challenges related to nuclear weapons increasingly cross-cut other domains, including cyber, space, and conventional war.
Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020Add to my Calendar Time: 09:30 AM Location: Room SD-G50, Dirksen Senate Office Building Agenda To receive testimony on matters relating to the budget of the National Nuclear Security Administration. For this hearing, the Senate Armed Services Committee will follow guidelines developed in consultation with the Office of the Attending Physician 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?
Capstone presenter Jamie Kwong presents a case for understanding public nuclear knowledge.
The European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogues have convened senior nuclear policy experts from the United Kingdom, France, and the United States (P3) for the past eleven years to discuss nuclear deterrence, arms control, and nonproliferation policy issues and identify areas of consensus among the three countries.
You are cordially invited to attend an NTI seminar “The Bomb: Presidents, Generals and the Secret History of Nuclear War” Featuring: Author and Historian Fred KaplanWith remarks by: Ernest J. Moniz, NTI Co-Chair and CEO Thursday, February 20, 2020 5:00–6:30 pm Books will be available for purchase and can be signed by Mr. Kaplan at Read More
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