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FAS Roundup – February 11, 2019

Analysis Goals for Any Arms Control Proposal with North Korea In The Bulletin, FAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Ankit Panda and co-author John K. Warden provide detailed guidance for managing…

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FAS Roundup – January 7, 2019

FAS Chair Named to National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Gilman Louie, Chair of the FAS Board of Directors, was named to…

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FAS Roundup – May 14, 2018

FAS’ Adam Mount, Ph.D., appeared on CNN to discuss what additional steps need to be taken to limit North Korea’s nuclear capabilities and move toward…

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FAS Roundup – March 25, 2019

Above The Fray Cold War Science Diplomacy with the Soviets with Professor Frank von Hippel In the latest episode of Above The Fray, FAS President …

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FAS Roundup – January 28, 2019

The Rise of NGOs: What Cheap and Available Imagery Means for Monitoring and Advocacy FAS’ Pia Ulrich and Christopher Bidwell, along with John Lauder, Harvey…

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FAS Roundup – June 11, 2018

ANKIT PANDA (Adjunct Senior Fellow, FAS Defense Posture Project) co-authored an opinion piece for The New York Times addressing North Korea’s status — and leverage — following the…

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FAS Roundup – December 31, 2018

Kim Jong Un’s Warning to Trump FAS’ Ankit Panda examines Kim Jong-un’s New Year’s Day speech, writing for POLITICO Magazine: “North Korea’s leader is telling Washington…

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FAS Roundup – February 27, 2017

Hans Kristensen et al co-authored an article in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists explaining how the U.S. Navy nuclear submarine force's new warhead super-fuze both increases its hard-target kill capability and threatens U.S.-Russia strategic stability.

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