Stulberg talks at the at the International Nuclear Materials Management Conference

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Associate Professor Adam Stulberg delivered a talk titled “The Future of US-ROK Nuclear Cooperation: Confronting Credible Commitment Problems,” at the International Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) Conference in Atlanta, GA on July 24, 2014.

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Nunn School Associate Professor Adam Stulberg delivered a talk titled “The Future of US-ROK Nuclear Cooperation: Confronting Credible Commitment Problems,” at the International Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) Conference in Atlanta, GA on July 24, 2014.

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Nunn School Associate Professor Adam Stulberg delivered a talk titled “The Future of US-ROK Nuclear Cooperation: Confronting Credible Commitment Problems,” at the International Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) Conference in Atlanta, GA on July 24, 2014.

Professor Stulberg’s remarks concerned the challenges surrounding the renewal of the U.S.-ROK 123 nuclear cooperation agreement; specifically the impediments to trust that limit the two sides’ ability to strike a bargain on contested areas of uranium enrichment and reprocessing.

Adam N. Stulberg is Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on international security, Eurasian politics and security affairs, nuclear (non)proliferation, and energy and international security, as well as inter-disciplinary courses on science, technology, and international security policy. His current research focuses on strategic energy interaction, energy statecraft in Eurasia, new approaches to strategic stability and denuclearization of military arsenals, nuclear security and nonproliferation, internationalization of the nuclear fuel cycle, counter-network warfare, and the implications of nanotechnology for international security.  At CISTP, Dr. Stulberg directs programs on global nuclear security, the geopolitics of energy, emerging technologies and international security, and regional security issues.

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Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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