Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress

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Masters Students in Dual Degree Program Defend Theses

Students from Russia, the United States and South Korea presented their final papers as the result of their studies in 2019-2021.

Modeling the Food Supply Chain During the Pandemic

Dr. Dalnoki-Veress developed a hypothetical model to build resilient networks that can serve underserved communities during challenging times.

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Book Release: Nuclear Choices for the Twenty-First Century

Topics covered are radioactivity, radiation, nuclear fission, nuclear reactors, and fusion energy, nuclear fuel cycle and the management of nuclear waste.

Small Boy nuclear test in a desert with onlookers from a distance can see a mushroom cloud

Nuclear Testing Offers Little Scientific Value to the US, Benefits Other Countries

July 15, 2020 marks 75 years since the detonation of the first nuclear bomb, the Trinity Test.

What South Korea Did Right

Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress on the public health policy advantages of South Korea.

Floating Nuclear Power Station

Regulating Floating Nuclear Power Plants

Problems and prospects of the international legal regime.

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WMD Capabilities Enabled by Additive Manufacturing

Developments in 3D printing could spur the spread of chemical and biological weapons and WMD delivery systems.

The underground nuclear test Site at Novaya Zemlya, Russia

US Claims of Russian Noncompliance with Nuclear-Test Ban Raise Questions

CNS experts on fact-checking, background, and implications of the accusations.

North Korean missiles trapped in ice with sunshine photo illustration

OP #46: Options for a Verifiable Freeze on North Korea’s Missile Programs

Freezing North Korea’s missile program can be a first step toward promoting trust and providing concrete security benefits.

OP #43: North Korea’s International Scientific Collaborations: Their Scope, Scale, and Potential Dual-Use and Military Significance

International scientific collaborations are helping North Korea advance its technology.