Belfer Center Spring 2019 Newsletter

| Spring 2019

The Spring 2019 issue of the Belfer Center newsletter features two major reports: A Vision for Nuclear Security, from the Project on Managing the Atom, and NATO in Crisis, a  70th anniversary report from former NATO Ambassadors Nicholas Burns and Douglas Lute. The newsletter also highlights Center Korea scholars' reactions to the shortened Trump-Kim Summit in Hanoi, and some takeaways from nuclear experts who recently examined samples of Iranian nuclear-related documents spirited out of Iran by a clandestine Israeli intelligence operation.

We also feature the annual New Members of Congress event sponsored by the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School, where a number of Center faculty members provided briefings on issues of importance to the policymakers.  And we include a special section highlighting the numerous and expanding ways Harvard Kennedy School students can engage with the Belfer Center as part of its mission to prepare the next generation of leaders in science and international affairs.

Professors Zoe Marks and Erica Chenoweth are highlighted in separate Q&A features - offering insights on their research and experiences as new members of the Kennedy School faculty. We also include profiles of Masahiko Haraguchi and Lihi Ben Shitrit, research fellows with the Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program and Middle East Initiative, respectively.  And there's much more.

See below for articles in this issue of the newsletter:

From the Director - Ash Carter

Blueprints for Tackling 2019 Challenges

Global Relationships and Security

Training and Mentoring New Leaders

Featured Faculty, Fellows, and Staff

Belfer in Brief

Additional Features

 

Spring 2019 Newsletter

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Spring 2019 Belfer Center Newsletter. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School (Spring 2019).