Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy

Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy

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  • CSTSP has hosted occasional nuclear security meetings that bring together interested and engaged staff from federal agencies, Congress, local universities, and non-governmental organizations to discuss current issues in science, nuclear security, and disarmament. Topics have ranged from the role of...
  • CSTSP has conducted, participated, or co-sponsored several projects assessing nuclear forensics technologies; the reliable replacement warhead; nuclear weapons in 21st Century national security; nuclear weapon stockpile management, safety, and security; nuclear energy issues having relevance to...
  • As the world population reaches 7 billion, many countries regions confront a scarcity of those basic resources essential for human life—namely adequate food and water. More than just humanitarian crises, resource scarcities can act as a flashpoint for regional or intrastate conflict. Scientists and...
  • Following the steady decline in funding for scientific cooperation between the U.S. and Uzbekistan, CSTSP initiated a project in 2011 with the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan (ASU) to identify possible areas of future scientific cooperation. An initial meeting was held in Tashkent in 2012 and...
  • CSTSP has a robust bioengagement program in the broader Middle East and North Africa (BMENA; includes Afghanistan and Pakistan) focusing on building trust and partnerships between scientists from the U.S. and BMENA countries and promoting common understanding and best practices in identifying and...
  • Jennifer McArdle Jennifer McArdle Program Associate 202-326-8712 jmcardle@aaas.org