There is a gathering energy here in New York among the delegates that current geopolitical tensions demand forward progress—and perhaps a reset in our approach to nonproliferation widely.
Brigitte Hugh speaks with Dr. Josh Busby about his recently-published book, States and Nature: The Effects of Climate Change on Security.
This post highlights important recommendations on DURC to frame what outcomes we hope to see from the NSABB Review.
Continuing a period of rapid growth, CSR is very excited to announce several new additions to our research team and our core staff.
ASPR’s new elevated role would make it the lead agency for internal hiring, as well as deploying and working with the industrial base via purchasing contracts to prepare for strong responses to future infectious disease outbreaks.
Intensifying climate change impacts may heighten existing post-conflict tensions, threaten Europe’s broader climate goals, and increase the region's susceptibility to influence from the Russian and Chinese governments.
The Nolan Center on Strategic Weapons at CSR is pleased to announce that it has accepted six remarkable individuals into the 2022-2023 class of the Fellowship for Ending Bioweapons.
In this backgrounder, we track key provisions that have been included in NDAAs from Fiscal Year FY18 through FY22, building from the initial, bipartisan declaration in 2017 that climate change was a direct threat to national security, to requirements for vulnerability assessments, resilience authorities, strategy requirements, and mainstreaming consideration of climate impacts on mission.