The fellowship will enable participants to collaboratively explore the nuclear threat landscape and work on tangible solutions.
In the next crisis between nuclear-armed states, national decision-makers may confront a much denser fog of war, an increased pressure to act, and a grave lack of understanding about the features of their operating environment—to name just a few of the changes on the horizon—due to a suite of emerging and disruptive technologies including social media, deep fakes, cyber weapons, drones, satellites, machine learning, autonomous systems, hypersonic weapons, and quantum computing.
In this report, a team of experts assess the current state of domestic and global pathogen early warning systems and lay out important steps for improving capabilities.
Despite continued expenditures, Biden’s NPR stands as a sober and useful response to Russia’s irresponsibility.
Nolan Center experts examine the Biden Administration's new National Biodefense Strategy and Implementation Plan and its accompanying National Security Memorandum.
On September 20th, CSR hosted a webinar titled “Building Capacities for Addressing Future Biological Threats.” The webinar featured a keynote address from Dr. David Christian Hassell, followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Pardis Sabeti and Dr. Akhila Kosaraju.
By Jackson du Pont On Tuesday, September 27th, the Council on Strategic Risks partnered with Building Stronger Futures to host a Congressional Luncheon with Congressman Ritchie Torres [D-NY] and Dr. Beth Cameron. Rep. Torres introduced Dr. Cameron, who currently serves…
By Brigitte Hugh, Lillian Parr, and Dr. Dan Regan A recent study published in Nature found that 218 of the 375 infectious diseases that have impacted humanity have been exacerbated by climate hazards intensified by greenhouse gas emissions. In addition,…
There is a real risk that BWC implementation could slow or stall by the end of this year. This is unacceptable given how biological risks are rising. It would also create an unacceptable dent in confidence in international cooperation for addressing the world's biggest systemic risks.
This Briefer details the early dynamics of the outbreak, evaluates the testing, vaccination, and therapeutic rollout, and provides an outlook and analysis meant to help the United States prevent and address similar biological threats.