CCC-PASCC Research in Progress Ripsheets

DSpace/Manakin Repository

CCC-PASCC Research in Progress Ripsheets

 

Research in Progress, or RIP sheets, summarize projects sponsored by the Project on Advanced Systems and Concepts for Countering WMD (PASCC). In a concise fashion, RIP sheets describe the strategic relevance and proposed approach to each project. RIP sheets are published when a project receives funding and do not include project findings or conclusions. Please see the ccc website (www.nps.edu/ccc) for more information on PASCC and links to project reports.

Recent Submissions

  • Center on Contemporary Conflict (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2014)
    Objective: Pakistan and India are nuclear states both struggling with domestic insurgent threats, bilateral tensions, and increasing concerns over nuclear safety and security. To ensure the non-use of nuclear weapons, ...
  • Center on Contemporary Conflict (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2014)
    Objective: The United States and Singapore face common biosecurity challenges. However, the two sides lack a united approach to mitigating the threat. Singapore is an important strategic partner in Asia for nuclear ...
  • Center on Contemporary Conflict (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2014)
    Objective: A significant weakness in U.S.-China deliberations is the sporadic nature of official dialogue on nuclear weapons and orelated strategic issues. While there is no substitute for official Track 1 dialogue, ...
  • Center on Contemporary Conflict; Sidhu, W.P.S. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2014)
    Objective: Iran’s nuclear weapons program has the potential to undermine the existing but fragile nonproliferation regime while also posing a hurdle to an improved U.S.-India strategic partnership. To overcome these ...
  • Center on Contemporary Conflict (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2014)
    China is critically important to international health and biological security efforts, yet awareness and implementation of biosafety and biosecurity practices are inconsistent among life science researchers and others ...