Program on Science and Global Security

Program on Science and Global Security
(1974; Princeton NJ; 32 Staff; sgs.princeton.edu)

It has engaged in “long-standing policy issues that remain unresolved and tracks emerging challenges from disruptive technologies with the potential to transform global security” using “technical and policy research, education and training” to try and “build a safer, more peaceful world.”  It’s also home to Science & Global Security, an “academic peer-reviewed journal for technical arms-control analysis” which works to “help develop the technical basis for new policy initiatives to reduce the risks from these technologies to international peace and security and to provide a resource for further scholarship and policy analysis. ”

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Leadership: Prof. Christopher Chyba (Director)

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