Technology, Policy, and National Security

The national security environment is changing rapidly and becoming increasingly complex. This series, co-sponsored with Sandia National Labs, explores the intersection of technology and policy to promote better understanding of our world and ways to contribute to U.S. national security and the well-being of our people.

20th Anniversary of the Cooperative Monitoring Center

April 10, 2014
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  • Rodney Wilson, Director, Nonproliferation and the Cooperative Monitoring Center, Sandia Laboratories
  • Douglas Shaw, Associate Dean for Planning, Research, and External Relations, Elliott School of International Affairs, GW

Building a World Free of Chemical Weapons: From Ypres to Damascus

February 26, 2014

  • Duane Lindner, Director of Homeland Security and Defense, Sandia National Laboratories
  • Paul Walker, International Director of Environmental Security and Sustainability, Green Cross International

Cybersecurity—the Much Admired Problem

January 21, 2014

  • Leonard M. Napolitano, Jr., Director, Computer Sciences and Information Systems, Sandia National Laboratories

Technology, Policy, and National Security

September 10, 2013
co-sponsored with the Institute for Security and Conflict Studies

  • Paul Hommert, Director of Sandia National Laboratories and President of Sandia Corporation
  • Douglas Shaw, Associate Dean for Planning, Research, and External Relations,Elliott School of International Affairs, GW

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