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Autonomy, Technology, and National Security: The Case for Reforming the Missile Technology Control Regime

Hudson Institute will host a discussion on future of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) With the global market for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) predicted to reach $13 billion by 2024, militaries around the world are rapidly incorporating this critical technology into their operations. However, under the MTCR–a 1987 international agreement designed to prevent proliferation Read More

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Safe, Secure, Reliable Nuclear Weapons and More: Views from a Former Sandia Labs Director

Join Jill Hruby at NTI for a “behind-the-scenes” look at the United States’ three national security labs and their critical roles and responsibilities. She will describe how Sandia Labs conducts the annual assessment of the nuclear weapons stockpile and how it maintains the capabilities needed to ensure the nuclear deterrent into the future.

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Revitalizing Nuclear Security in an Era of Uncertainty

The Hudson Institute will host a panel of experts to discuss the new report, Revitalizing Nuclear Security in an Era of Uncertainty, released by the Managing the Atom project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. The report evaluates the extent to which countries and international institutions are making progress in reducing the risk of nuclear terrorism.

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North Korea in 2019: More of the same, or a historic opportunity?

Many in the U.S. are deeply skeptical of North Korea’s intentions. There is a conventional wisdom that Kim will never denuclearize, he can’t be trusted, and that the dramatic moves of the past year are simply yet another episode of North Korean manipulation and deception. Is this the case? Or, do North Korean leader Kim, South Korean Read More

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North Korea: Prospects for 2019 and Beyond

Presented by the Korea Risk Group, this event will feature 12 guest speakers from countries including the PRC, ROK, U.S. and in Europe, to offer  insights and analysis to understanding North Korea in the year ahead.

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Uncertain Future: The JCPOA and Iran’s Nuclear and Missile Programmes

Join IISS-Americas for their Adelphi Book launch on the JCPOA and Iran’s nuclear and missile programmes. SPEAKERS Mark Fitzpatrick Associate Fellow, IISS-Americas; former Executive Director and former Director, Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Programme, IISS-Americas Michael Elleman Senior Fellow for Missile Defence, IISS-Americas CHAIR Ellen Laipson Distinguished Fellow and President Emeritus, Henry L Stimson Center