Regional experts from India and Pakistan review The Quetta Experience and The Wellington Experience, two books by Stimson Distinguished Fellow, Col. David Smith that provide insight into the Indian and Pakistani armies’ internal and external threat perceptions. This webinar, based on a South Asian Voices special series, will examine the themes in the books and assess what they may portend for India and Pakistan’s security dynamics and regional strategy in the future.
What do North Korea’s foreign affairs and policy priorities look like beyond the six-party countries? Please join the Stimson Center and the KF-VUB Korea Chair for a roundtable discussion on North Korea’s underexamined relationships with countries in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Join us for this year’s Turtle Bay Security Roundtable featuring a discussion with Mr. Nobu Okada, Founder and CEO of Astroscale, Vice President of the International Astronautical Federation, and co-chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Space. This roundtable will discuss the threats posed by space debris, the approach to tackling them, the wider implications for public-private ventures in space, and the need for norms of responsible behaviors.
In the final webinar of our series commemorating the 10th anniversary of Operation Tomodachi, in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake, join us for a discussion with ADM Patrick Walsh and GEN Ryoichi Oriki, who will share their reflections on their experience and the lessons for further deepening US-Japan defense cooperation moving forward.
In Japan Program’s newest volume of the Views from the Next Generation series, Japanese scholars explore the current state of Japan-Taiwan relations and make recommendations for further developing the cooperative relationship in four areas: the unofficial relationship in general, public health, disinformation, and the digital economy. Join us to hear from the four authors about ways in which Taiwan and Japan can enhance and progress their ties.
Following over four years of work, Stimson’s Nuclear Security Program is proud to present the culmination of its research exploring incentives that would encourage the civilian nuclear sector to adopt cost-effective security practices that go beyond regulatory minimums. The research led to the development of a Security Governance Template to help licensees perform a high-level review of their security practices while facilitating communication with stakeholders.
Since adopting its landmark Policy on the Protection of Civilians (PoC) in 2016, NATO has made meaningful progress toward implementation. Yet, significant work remains as the Alliance faces new challenges and considers its future. 2021 is a critical year of opportunities, including the Policy’s five-year anniversary, the NATO2030 initiative, and a summit.
Please join us as we discuss the history of the Policy, its importance for NATO’s future, and opportunities and recommendations for further implementation.
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