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Sponsored by the American Physical Society's Forum on Physics & Society, the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs, the Federation of American Scientists, and the American Association of Physics TeachersThe short course registration is closed as of April 14 The threat posed by the proliferation of nuclear weapons has 3 major aspects: But we will use the terms terrorism and terrorist, as they are commonly used, to refer In 1997, the National Cancer Institute published a study on the risk of the .

A popular technical workshop is making a repeat performance.

The first three APS/FPS Conferences on Nuclear Weapon and Related Issues were published in the American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings 104, 178 and 1596 27 Sep 2016 - The Defense Nuclear Weapons School offers its assurances that presentations and discussions will be held in strict confidence. Without the .

International experts will give the background to understand these issues more completely. We recommend signing up early, as it is limited to 100 conferees.

The organizers are Pierce Corden (AAAS), Tony Fainberg (former DHS), David Hafemeister (CalPoly), Allison Macfarlane (GWU).

Click on the Register Now button to register for the short course 5 Jul 2016 - Weapons Policy,” Presentation to Johns Hopkins University Graduate School We will make the goal of eliminating nuclear weapons world wide a and deeply held views—formed by his experience and college studies, .

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Thanks for your interest,Topics & Speakers Keynote FPS Presentations · APS Fellowship The first three APS/FPS Conferences on Nuclear Weapon and Related Issues were published in the American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings 104, 178 and 1596. International experts will give the background to understand these issues more completely. We recommend .

US Nuclear Strategy Toward China: Charles Glaser (GWU)Alert Status of Nuclear Weapons: Hans Kristensen (FAS)Nuclear Modernization: Amy Woolf (CRS)Global Strike Hypersonic Weapons: Mark Lewis (IDA)Nuclear Warhead Verification: Alex Glaser (Princeton)Luncheon Speaker: Richard Garwin’s Biography: Joel Shurkin (shared Pulitzer). Multilateral Arms ControlCTBT On-Site Inspections: Edward Ifft (Georgetown)Control of Conventional Arms: Rachel Stohl (Stimson)Space Weapon Technology and Policy: Theresa Hitchens (U. Maryland)BMD Countermeasures: George Lewis (Cornell)CW/BW Arms Control: Robert Mikulak/Mallory Stewart (former OPCW)III.

, Saturday)North Korea’s Nuclear Program: David Albright (ISIS)Joint Plan of Action with Iran: George Perkovich (CEIP)Future of NPT, Measures to Reduce Nuclear Dangers: Daryl Kimball (ACA)Role of Safeguards to Ensure Compliance: Leonard "Sandy" Spector (MIIS/DC)Quadripartite ABACC; A Model for Others: Togzhan Kassenova (CEIP)Further Proliferation from Nuclear Power Infrastructure: Sharon Squassoni (CSIS)IV. TerrorismTechnologies to Counter Aviation Security Threats: Stephen Karoly (TSA)Drone Warfare: Hugh Gusterson (GWU)Countering Nuclear Terrorism with Technology: Mike Carter (LLNL)Summary of Countering Terrorist Threats: Tony Fainberg (former DHS)