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Assassination of a Top Iranian Nuclear Scientist: Is This the JCPOA's Nuclear Fallout?

This assassination deals a significant blow to the diplomatic approach Biden is expected to take toward U.S.-Iran relations, no matter who actually carried out the attack, fueling a continued era of mistrust between Iran, Israel, and the United States. Read more...

No Clear Skies Ahead: Assessing the Future of the Open Skies Treaty

To ensure the safety and security of the U.S. and our allies, the Biden administration should look to rejoin the OST, but not without thoroughly reassessing and reevaluating its content and relevance. This can be achieved through an emphasis on mutual nuclear transparency concerns and global security threats in a changing international system, supported by renewed scientific collaboration. Read more...

A Ballistic Dis-Missile? Reevaluating North Korea's Nuclear Threat

For better or for worse, North Korea's new ICBM merely reaffirms what the U.S. already knows: that North Korea is a legitimate nuclear threat that must not be forgotten amidst standoffs with other adversaries like China. No matter its true capabilities, the Hwasong-16's presence is a cautious reminder and clear demonstration that past U.S. diplomatic efforts have failed and that North Korea still intends to push the envelope on its nuclear expansion. Read more...

University Foreign Influence Challenge Will Take Education and Coordination

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and upheaval of the U.S. university business model, there is a great opportunity to guard against foreign influence as research dollars and foreign gifts become more important while student income goes down. U.S. universities are on the front line to guard against foreign interference and protect the U.S. research enterprise.Read more...

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