Elizabeth Turpen

Nuclear security expert, associate at Booz Allen Hamilton and formerly of the Henry L. Stimson Center

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Research & Writing

Issue Brief
Achieving Nonproliferation Goals: Moving from Denial to Technology Governance

Policy Analysis Brief for The Stanley Foundation Traditional state-centric approaches to nonproliferation cannot adequately address the proliferation pressures that will continue to mount under globalization. The diffusion of technology and the rise of…

Issue Brief
Achieving Nonproliferation Goals: Moving From Denial to Technology Governance

June 2009 Policy Analysis Brief for The Stanley Foundation Traditional state-centric approaches to nonproliferation cannot adequately address the proliferation pressures that will continue to mount under globalization. The diffusion of technology and t…

Report
Leveraging Science for Security: A Strategy for the Nuclear Weapons Laboratories in the 21st Century

The United States is quickly losing its leadership position in science and technology (S&T). We are seeing this in our schools, our research institutes, in the intelligence community, and in our National Laboratories. Thus, it is imperative that a…

Policy Paper
UN Security Council Resolution 1540 Part II: The Caribbean States: A Case Study

UN Security Council Resolution 1540 has emerged as a vital component of the international community’s toolkit in the fight against WMD proliferation. 1540, however, is not without its controversies and challenges.   In February 2008, a one-day wor…

Commentary
The Human Dimension Is Key to Controlling Proliferation of WMD

In APS News, Elizabeth Turpen explains the threat posed by former Soviet weapons expertise in the race to stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. She describes the various US Government programs that aim to redirect this expertise into s…

Book
Policy Matters: Educating Congress on Peace and Security

How do those who care about American foreign policy and responsible US leadership in the world educate their elected representatives in Congress? Despite radical changes in the international environment and the emergence of vastly different threats sin…

Report
Following the Money

This report, Following the Money: The Bush Administration FY03 Budget Request and Current Funding for Selected Defense, State, and Energy Department Programs, analyzes key areas of both the Bush Administration’s fiscal year 2003 (FY03) and the FY…

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