Hans Kristensen Granted SIPRI Fellowship Hans M. Kristensen, Director of the FAS Nuclear Information Project, has been appointed as an Associate Senior Fellow of SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute).
One of the benefits of being an FAS member is gaining access to special events, like conference calls, webcasts, and live chats, with FAS experts.
I cordially invite FAS Members to a conference call this Thursday, November 4, 2010, at 2:00 PM EDT.
The launching off point will be my forthcoming article in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, titled, "Next customer, please: The risk in conventional arms sales along with nuclear energy deals."
I will speak about my evaluation of certain nuclear energy deals that could result in changing the security perceptions and shifting security alliances.
The conference call will last 45 minutes, with 30 minutes of Q&A.
You may submit questions for the conference call in advance by replying to this post.
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From the Blogs
Congress Approves 2012 Intelligence Authorization: Steven Aftergood writes that before the House and Senate passed the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, there was a conspicuous absence of public debate on any issue of intelligence policy. No dissenting views were expressed. Nor was there any discussion of or insight into current intelligence controversies.
U.S. Arms Sales and More from CRS: Secrecy News has obtained new CRS reports regarding arms sales and Pakistan.
JASON on Severe Space Weather and the Electric Grid: The U.S. electric power grid is vulnerable to damage from severe electromagnetic solar storms and remedial measures should be taken to reduce that vulnerability, a new study from the JASON scientific advisory panel concluded.
Libya and War Powers: Steven Aftergood writes that the U.S. government acknowledges that U.S. military forces were involved in “armed conflict” this year in Libya, but it does not acknowledge that they were engaged in “hostilities.”
FAS researchers selected as Nuclear Scholars FAS’ own Matt Korda (Nuclear Information Project, left) and …
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