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Nuclear Weapons and the U.S. Strategic Triad

When the United States first developed nuclear weapons, no one anticipated that the country would need three ways to deliver them. But, since the 1960s, U.S. 392 more words


Pandora Report 9.2.2016

Welcome to September! Let’s start the month off with a yellow fever timeline and the history of this misunderstood disease. If a gin and tonic is your go-to drink, you’ll be… 1,850 more words

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Checking Nonproliferation From Above

Ready for a little vacation? How about the forests of Myanmar, the North Korean seashore, or delightful Novaya Zemlya before the sun sets this fall? 305 more words

Open-source Intelligence

Links - July 26, 2016

While the campaigns for the US presidency continue, other things are happening. 193 more words



Reading Kim Zetter’s “Countdown to Zero Day”

You might not find it shocking news there is a digital weapons race going on between secret service agencies of nation-states like the US and other countries. 1,126 more words

(re)thinking Media

Pandora Report: 7.22.2016

Those antibiotic-resistant bugs just won’t quit – researchers in Florida found drug-resistant organisms in the water and sediment from a sewer-line spill in 2014.  If you’ve got live poultry in your backyard, make sure to check out the advice from the CDC as there’s been a large outbreak associated with poultry. 1,414 more words

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The Iran Deal, One Year In: Economic, Nuclear, and Regional Implications

The Iran nuclear deal posed a simple trade: In exchange for Tehran agreeing to limit its nuclear capabilities, economic sanctions would be lifted. But the devil is in the details concerning, for example, a role for missiles on the nuclear side of the equation and state sponsorship of terrorism on the sanctions relief side. 1,325 more words

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