July 26, 2016
More states are using electronic voting machines, but these systems remain vulnerable to attack by Russia or other nefarious actors, warns Bruce Schneier in The Washington Post. More ›
NATO's Road to Cybersecurity More ›
Indicting Hackers and Known Vulnerabilities More ›
Crafting an effective climate program is easier said than done.
July 20, 2016
By Dan Altman, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, International Security Program
"Conquest is a regular feature of war. But it is generally accepted that globalization and growing economic interconnectedness has stitched the world together in such a way that fighting each other for land is no longer pragmatic. Then in 2014, Russia stunned the world by annexing Crimea...."
July 18, 2016
Harvard Project Director Robert N. Stavins was awarded the Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Award on July 12, 2016, which is presented annually by the California Council for Environmental and Economic Balance (CCEEB) to a leader in advancing environmental policy in California. CCEEB is a coalition of business, labor, and public leaders seeking to promote both a sound economy and a healthy environment. The award is named after the former California governor, founding CCEEB Chairman, and father of current Governor Jerry Brown.
May 31, 2016
By Jayita Sarkar, Associate, Project on Managing the Atom
"Nuclear South Asia: An Analyst's Guide to India, Pakistan, and the Bomb" is a free, open online course from the Stimson Center that addresses nuclear themes and challenges in South Asia. It is meant to provide strategic analysts in India and Pakistan—and the interested public in all countries—a platform to study these issues and engage in a serious, informed conversation. MTA Associate Jayita Sarkar delivered Section 2's Lecture 3.
July 14, 2016
The National Interest
By Daniel Sobelman, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, International Security Program
"Both parties have learned to adopt a strategy of deterrence that meets the theoretical prerequisites of deterrence as laid out in the literature. In fact, both have come to describe the conflict as being governed by mutual deterrence."
The spring 2016 issue of the quarterly journal International Security
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