The Mitchell Institute’s Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense Forum hosts Dr. Peter Pry, Executive Director of Task Force on National and Homeland Security for a discussion on evolving events in Ukraine, the performance of the Russian military, NATO, U.S. responses, and implications for the future.
The Mitchell Institute invites you to watch our virtual Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense Forum event with David Trachtenberg, Vice President of the National Institute for Public Policy and Former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. We discuss Russia’s nuclear saber-rattling, how to address growing Chinese nuclear stockpiles, and the future of nuclear deterrence.
The Mitchell Institute invites you to watch our virtual Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense Forum event with Barry Pavel, Senior Vice President and Director of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and Matthew Kroenig, Deputy Director of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. They join us to discuss implications new technologies are having upon nuclear deterrence and how the U.S. should adapt its operational concepts, strategies, and associated capabilities.
The Mitchell Institute invites you to check out a discussion with the RAND Corporation’s Lt Gen Frank Klotz, USAF (ret) and Dr. Alexandra Evans discuss their recent report, Modernizing the U.S. Nuclear Triad, The Rationale for a New Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. Recognizing that the replacement of the Minuteman III ICBM has rekindled a debate regarding the value nuclear deterrence provides to the nation, Lt Gen Klotz and Evans evaluated the arguments, pro and con, regarding
The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies and the Advanced Nuclear Weapons Alliance Deterrence Center present the annual forums on the National Nuclear Security Administration: Deterring Nuclear Aggression and Preventing Nuclear Proliferation A Personal Perspective on NNSA’s Past, Present & Future, featuring Lt Gen Frank G. Klotz, USAF (Ret.), former Under Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Security and administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration.
The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies and the Advanced Nuclear Weapons Alliance Deterrence Center present the Annual Forums on the National Nuclear Security Administration, the Cornerstone of U.S. Strategic Nuclear Deterrence: Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Stewardship and Inertial Confinement Fusion: How the U.S. Uses Big Science to Ensure Our Aging Nuclear Warheads Work with opening remarks by Dr. Mark Anderson, Assistant Deputy Administrator Research, Development, Test and Evaluation National Nuclear Security Administration and featuring Dr. E.