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NPEC's Public Policy Fellowship Research Retreat 2021
Feb 22, 2021

NPEC Public Policy Fellowship Research Retreat

February 22, 23, and 25, 2021

Monday, February 22nd

Panel I: Future of Arms Control with China

John Mauer, "Competitive Arms Control"


Henry Sokolski, "Missile Wars: What Awaits"


David Cooper, "The Future of Missile Controls" 


Daniel Goure, "The Missile Competition with China and Russia"


Panel I: Q and A



Tuesday, February 23rd

Panel II: Alternative Middle Eastern Nuclear Futures

John Spacapan, "Blocking the Gateways to Nuclear Disorder: Iran, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia"


Panel II: Q and A


Panel III: Space: Thinking About the Future of Militarized Space

Dean Cheng, "What the Chinese Think about International Norms and Space" 


Robert “Sam” Wilson, "South Korea’s Space Program"


Peter Garretson, "Two Visions of Space Warfare Circa 2030-2040"


Panel III: Q and A



Thursday, February 25th

Panel IV: Unattended Nuclear Worries: Chinese Nuclear Uncertainties, Middle Eastern Nuclear War Scenarios, and U.S. Nuclear Cooperation Secrecy

Thomas Cochran, "How Many Nuclear Warheads China Might Acquire by 2030" 


Eva Lisowski, "What Might Nuclear War Look Like in the Middle East?" 


Sharon Squassoni, "Nuclear Exports: What's so Secret?"


Panel IV: Q and A

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