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Emerging Nuclear and CBW Challenges and Management Opportunities: A PASCC Workshop


On March 11, 2016, PASCC hosted its semi-annual workshop at the National Academy of Sciences Keck Center in Washington, DC to present PASCC-sponsored research on emerging nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons challenges and management opportunities. At this half-day event, experts briefed their findings from ongoing and recently completed research projects and international workshops, followed by a Q&A.

 

Date: Friday, March 11, 2016

Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.

Location: The National Academy of Sciences Keck Center,  500 5th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001

 


Agenda

Welcome and Introductory Remarks (8:30-8:45)

Hunter LutinskiDirector, J2/5/8R, Defense Threat Reduction Agency

James Clay MoltzProfessor and Director of PASCC, Naval Postgraduate School

 

Panel 1: Nuclear Weapons and Regional Stability Focus (8:45-10:15)

Chair: Micah Lowenthal, U.S. National Academy of Sciences 

David Albright, Institute for Science and International Security

Drawing Lessons from the Case of South Africa’s Disarmament for Today

Rita Guenther, U.S. National Academy of Sciences

U.S. – Russian Academies of Sciences Security Dialogue

Roy Kamphausen, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Space, Cybersecurity, and Strategic Stability in the Asia-Pacific

Thomas Mahnken, Johns Hopkins University SAIS

U.S., Australian, and Japanese Perspectives on a Changing Security Environment

 

Break (10:15-10:45)

 

Panel 2: Biological and Chemical Weapons Focus  (10:45-12:00)

Chair: Benjamin J. Rusek, U.S. National Academy of Sciences

Katherine Bowman, U.S. National Academy of Sciences

Assessing the Implications of Advances in Sciences and Technology for the Biological Weapons Convention

Anita Cicero, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

U.S. – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia Multilateral Dialogue in Biosecurity

Orde Kittrie, Arizona State University

Next Steps Towards a Middle East Free of Chemical Weapons 

 

Closing Remarks (12:00-12:10)

Michael MalleyExecutive Director of PASCC, Naval Postgraduate School