What does cyber arms control look like? Four principles for managing cyber risk

A POLICY BRIEF BY ANDREW FUTTER The question of how we control, manage, and mitigate the challenges, threats, and dangers posed by “cyber” is perhaps one of the most talked-about security problems of our time. Every aspect of modern life, the societies that we live in and the weapons we use to defend ourselves appear… Read More What does cyber arms control look like? Four principles for managing cyber risk

Round-the-clock surveillance of Iran’s uranium-enrichment sites continues, despite coronavirus

By Tariq Rauf While George Moore is well-intentioned in his recent Bulletin article on the challenges of continuing on-site International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards in Iran at a time when the coronavirus is spreading rapidly in that country (see “One potential victim of coronavirus? Nuclear inspections in Iran”), it is important not to exaggerate the situation… Read More Round-the-clock surveillance of Iran’s uranium-enrichment sites continues, despite coronavirus

Research Report: Trilateral Arms Control? Perspectives from Washington, Moscow, and Beijing

With the end of the INF Treaty in 2019, trilateral arms control – meaning arms control between the United States, Russia, and China – has gained center stage. Only shortly after the U.S. withdrawal, U.S. President Trump declared that he wants a new nuclear pact to be signed by both Russia and China. Other U.S.… Read More Research Report: Trilateral Arms Control? Perspectives from Washington, Moscow, and Beijing