- Agricultural Innovation in Africa
- Defense and Intelligence
- Energy Technology Innovation Policy
- Harvard Project on Climate Agreements
- Harvard–Belfer on Syria
- India and South Asia Program
- Managing the Atom
- Middle East Initiative
- Science, Technology, and Globalization
- The Cyber Project
- The Future of Diplomacy Project
- The Geopolitics of Energy Project
- The US-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism
Nuclear Maginot Line
The next MTA Seminar will be held Wednesday, October 29, in the Fainsod Room (Littauer-324) at 10:00 am. MTA/ISP Pre-Doctoral Fellow Christopher Clary will present "The Politics of Peace: The End of Nuclear Rivalries." Coffee and tea will be provided. All are welcome - please join us!
MTA In The News
MTA's report Cutting Too Deep was cited by the New York Times in an editorial on nuclear security funding.
Matthew Bunn was quoted by Al Jazeera about the dangers of stolen radioactive materials and risks of nuclear radiation.
The Boston Globe quoted Matthew Bunn in a piece on US-Russian nuclear security cooperation.
MTA’s Cutting Too Deep was featured in a Politico article on the Obama administration’s funding for nuclear security programs.
Martin Malin was interviewed in The National about the UAE's role in creating a Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone in the Middle East.
Matthew Bunn was interviewed on PBS NewsHour about the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit.
Matthew Bunn was quoted in the New York Times on Japan's handing over to the United States its supplies of weapons-grade plutonium and highly enriched uranium.
MTA Fellow John Park was quoted in the New York Times about North Korea's missile program.
Matthew Bunn is a Professor of Practice at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. His research interests include nuclear theft and terrorism; nuclear proliferation and measures to control it; and the future of nuclear energy and its fuel cycle.
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