CNS GRAs Present Findings at the Project on Nuclear Issues’ 2022 Summer Conference

September 21, 2022

In early September 2022, three CNS graduate research assistants, including one MIIS/ MGIMO student and two NPTS students, participated in the Project on Nuclear Issues’ 2022 Summer Conference, hosted at Sandia National Laboratories.

Group photo in front of windows

Hannah Harris, Karl Riedel, and Adeline du Crest, with MIIS/CNS alumnus, Joseph Rodgers

Hannah Harris, Karl Riedel, and Adeline du Crest had the opportunity to present their research to a diverse audience including technical and policy experts from national laboratories, government agencies, and civil society. Hannah highlighted the role of international scientific cooperation and dual-use technologies in the development of North Korea’s nuclear missile program; Karl elaborated on the myth of Japanese nuclear ambitions as a response to U.S. negative assurance ambiguity and evolving threat landscapes; and Adeline discussed the contributions of women’s networks to strengthening nuclear safeguards culture.

The conference also presented an opportunity to connect with MIIS/CNS alumnus and current Program Manager and Research Associate with the Project on Nuclear Issues at CSIS, Joseph Rodgers. The event successfully concluded with a keynote address and a tour of major sites of the national laboratories.

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