Public Interest Report
Winter issue featuring articles on the creation of a Middle East safeguards organization, the United States nuclear hedge arsenal and the use of crowdsourcing and the web to detect proliferation threats.
All issues from 2013 of the recently transformed PIR as an online-only journal now available. Topics include radiological terrorism, nuclear deterrence, digital manufacturing and missile proliferation and energy security.
Articles cover the Nuclear Posture Review, the New START Treaty, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference, the Premier of "Paths to Zero", newly elected Board Officers and Members, and learning technologies for video games and training simulations.
Topics include dual use case studies, the 64th anniversary of Hiroshima, securing Venezuela's arsenals, high performance buildings, structural insulated panels, the DOE's weatherization program, and a new FAS research project on scientists and law enforcement.
Topics include a statement titled "The New American Century", energy policy, U.S. nuclear policy, the first national research program focused on technology and learning, the diversion of small arms, and a look at the new FAS.org design.
Topics include the future of DOE laboratories, the FY 2006 budget, first responder training, the Reliable Replacement Warhead, the ineffectiven nuclear bunker buster, and the regulation of virus research.