Program Coordinator Abigail Stowe-Thurston was featured on Ploughshares Fund’s podcast, Press the Button, speaking about the National Defense Authorization Act, the “low-yield” nuclear warhead and more.
The World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) hosted a round table on gender and nuclear security last month “to share best practices and identify ways forward for advancing and amplifying the role of women in nuclear security at all levels” which increases global nuclear security.
Program Coordinator Abigail Stowe-Thurston and Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell wrote an op-ed for Defense One arguing that instead of debating no-first-use policies and other potential advancements, President Trump is undermining an alliance system built over decades. Trust – real, solid trust – takes a long time to build, but it can be lost in […]
Abigail Stowe-Thurston, our Program Coordinator for No First Use policy, wrote an op-ed in NK News: Despite the ceremony and fanfare leading up to the second summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, the leaders departed early and emptyhanded. The U.S. and North Korean leaders suggested that negotiations would continue even though no deal was reached […]
Program Assistant Erin Connolly writes in Inkstick: Hollywood is fascinated with the future. Long before Schwarzenegger was offering to “pump up Sacramento,” he was walking around naked and stalking Sarah Connor in The Terminator. Movies have depicted the consequences of evolving technology to captivated audiences for years. While Wall-E made my 13-year-old-self worry about sustainable habits on Earth, other films […]