Philipp Bleek Articles

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Drones and CBRN Terrorism Threats and Responses

Countering possible “drone-pocalypse” scenarios

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Track 2 US-Turkey Strategic Dialogue in Brussels

Participants grappled with both challenges and opportunities in U.S.-Turkey relations.

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Answering Threats with Threats

Iranian fears of biological weapons may be driving their offensive development.

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Reflecting on the Past, Present, and Future of Nuclear Weapons in International Politics

Accessible, policy-relevant scholarship can help inform both public and policymaker conversations.

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Microfluidics Should Scare You

Actors good and bad could use an emerging technology to produce or defend against chemical weapons.

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Honey, I Shrunk the Lab

A new report examines emerging microfluids technology and its implications for chem, bio, and nuclear weapons.

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When Did (and Didn’t) States Proliferate?

New joint CNS-Belfer Center publication chronicles the history of—and reasons behind—nuclear proliferation worldwide.

US Blames Assad Regime for Worst Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria in Years

For more on the implications of this latest development, CNS experts are available for comment.

Dr. Philipp Bleek and Dr. Chen Kane

Elimination of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) – Lessons Learned

On November 9-10, 2015, CNS and the Lugar Center held a workshop that was part of a project supported by DTRA.

Iran Deal Buys Time: John Kerry and Wendy Sherman

Iran Deal Buys Time: Now America’s Real Work Begins

The Iran deal is merely a first step toward a long-term process of managing the nuclear risks it poses.