Proliferation of Weapons and Dual-Use Technologies: Diplomatic, Information, Military, and Economic Approaches

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Join the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs as they host a virtual panel on the Proliferation of Weapons- and Dual-Use Technologies:  Diplomatic, Information, Military, and Economic Approaches, a book authored by students in the Sam Nunn Security Program at the Nunn School. The talk will feature policy solutions to curtail the threat to global stability posed by the inevitable proliferation of weapons and dual-use technology, new insights into how the proliferation of innovative ideas, low-cost weapons, and dual-use technologies will impact the changing global security landscape, and explore the rapid pace of technological evolution in diplomatic, information, military, and economic sectors. The book is available for purchase here: https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030736545 Panelists
  • Mr. Chris Long (doctoral student, History and Sociology) on “Dragonflies in the African Bush:  Security Ramifications of Low-Cost Light Attack/Air Reconnaissance Aircraft Proliferation and the Chinese Aviation Industry”
  • Dr. Federico Pulvirenti (PhD Chemistry, currently EY, [aka what used to be Ernst and Young]) on “Development and Proliferation of Flexible and Wearable Electronics:  Opportunities and Challenges for National Security”
  • Dr. Tejas Puranik (PhD AE, currently GT Aerospace Systems Design Lab (ASDL) Research Engineer II ) on “The Impacts of Proliferation and Autonomy of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems on Security”
  • Ms. Rana Shabb (PhD candidate Nunn School of International Affairs) on “Military Aid and Innovation”
  • Dr. Margaret E. Kosal (Associate Professor, Nunn School of International Affairs) on “Artificial Intelligence:  Unpacking Technical, Political, Rhetorical, and Security Factors"
Virtual Registration: https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/register/zbbjqrpz   


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  • Created By: Christopher McDermott
  • Created: 10/29/2021
  • Modified By: dminardi3
  • Modified: 11/11/2021