Speaker: Caitlin Talmadge, Associate Professor of Security Studies, Georgetown University

A new nuclear era is emerging, defined by the presence of both a competitive relationship among three nuclear-armed great powers—the United States, Russia, and China—as well as multiple regional nuclear competitors. Drawing on international relations theory, strategic nuclear thought, and the historical record, this seminar will examine the potential implications of this emerging nuclear environment for strategy and policy.

Everyone is welcome to join us online via Zoom! Please register in advance for this seminar:

This seminar is being held under the auspices of the joint HKS/MIT Program on Strategy, Security, and Statecraft.

For more information, email the International Security Program Assistant at susan_lynch@harvard.edu.