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.
Despite continued expenditures, Biden’s NPR stands as a sober and useful response to Russia’s irresponsibility.
Through this six-month program, early-career professionals will work with leading experts from CSR’s team and network to develop a better understanding of practical risk reduction concepts and generate new ideas.
A readout from Hon. Rose Gottemoeller's testimony on nuclear strategy and policy before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Sept 20, 2022.
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.
By Christine Parthemore, CEO, The Council on Strategic Risks The Council on Strategic Risks (CSR) is excited to be part of Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy, an initiative that brings together heads of organizations working in nuclear policy who are…