FAS Roundup – August 23, 2016

By August 23, 2016

Book Review

Steven Aftergood’s book review featured in Nature

In the latest issue of Nature, FAS Director of the Project on Government Secrecy, Steven Aftergood, had his book review of The Ethics of Invention: Technology and the Human Future by Sheila Jasanoff published. 

For the full review, check out the latest issue of Nature.


From the Blogs

No First Use of Nuclear Weapons and More from CRS
by Steven Aftergood, FAS

This update features 9 new and updated Congressional Research Service reports across a variety of issues, from “No First Use” policy discussion to airline passenger protection rights. Full story.


Security for Domestic Intelligence Facilities Revised

by Steven Aftergood, FAS

After an incident at the CIA headquarters on June 13, a new directive was put into motion to set security standards for facility protection, design, and renovation. Full story.


Defense Support of Civil Authorities: Overview

by Steven Aftergood, FAS

The Department of Defense published a three-volume manual detailing the conditions under which the DoD can intervene in domestic civilian affairs. Full story.


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