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OFF-SITE CONFERENCE: United Atoms in a Divided World: The Early History of the International Atomic Energy Agency

The Department of Contemporary History at the University of Vienna in collaboration with the Wilson Center's Nuclear Proliferation International History Project will host an international conference entitled, United Atoms in a Divided World: The Early History of the International Atomic Energy Agency on the history of the IAEA during the cold war years. The conference will cover a wide range of issues, including the creation of the Agency, its role in the nuclear non-proliferation regime, and the Agency's technical programs.

50th Anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis

Latin American Program in the News: Assange Asylum Wins Correa Anti-U.S. Cachet As Trade To Suffer


Summer Institute on the International History of Nuclear Weapons

The SHAFR Summer Institute: From the Manhattan Project to the Global Nuclear Disarmament Movement

14-19 June 2013

'The Future of Homeland Security: The Evolution of the Homeland Security Department's Roles and Missions': Jane Harman Testifies before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

Thank you, Senator Lieberman and Senator Collins, for the opportunity to join dear friends and to return to Capitol Hill to testify on a topic I’m passionate about:  the security of our homeland.

Our collaboration over many years shows that bipartisanship – indeed tripartisanship – is possible.  We had a good gig going and our legislative efforts yielded significant results – and many special times.

The Impact of Local Law Enforcement at the Canada-U.S. Border

Mathieu Ferland, Director of International Relations, Sûreté du Québec

James Horton, Assistant Director, New York State Office of Homeland Security

Frédéric Lemieux, Director, Police Science and Security & Safety Leadership Programs, George Washington University

Michael J. Manning, Field Manager, Homeland Security Unit of the Vermont State Police

The Shadow War

On this episode of dialogue our guest is Mark Mazzetti.  Mark is the national security correspondent for the New York Times and also a former public policy scholar at the Wilson Center. He’s discusses his book "The Way of the Knife." His work focuses on the increasing convergence of military and intelligence fields in carrying out operations in the absence of a formally declared war.

The Efficacy and Ethics of U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy


Transcript of Remarks by John O. Brennan

Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism

“The Ethics and Efficacy of the President’s Counterterrorism Strategy”