Conventional Deterrence of North Korea
In a brand new report, Adam Mount explains how rapid technological and doctrinal advancements on both sides of the DMZ have created new risks and new opportunities for stability in North Korea, and makes updates to obsolete concepts of conventional deterrence.
Confronting Foreign Threats to Basic Research
In his latest Secrecy News blog posts, Steven Aftergood covers a new report from JASON on foreign scientists and research ethics, as well as corruption in secrecy practices and hiccups in the FISA process.
Johnson & Johnson CEO a no-show for Congressional hearing on detecting carcinogens in consumer products
Notably absent from last week’s House Oversight Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy hearing was Johnson & Johnson’s CEO, Alex Gorsky, who had been asked to testify in part because thousands of lawsuits targeting the company’s talc-based baby powder are progressing through the courts. Read more about the hearing, in this week’s Congressional Science Policy Institute newsletter.