Truman National Security Project

  On the radar: Addressing enrichment for a final deal; Growing optimism for the deal; Overplaying our hand in Iran diplomacy; Iran provides information on detonators; U.S. conducts nuclear arms drill; the Dangers of cutting nonpro funding; the Case of the missing radioactive pellet; India admits to underwater ballistic missile test; and China’s cruise missiles risk regional technology spread.   Read more »
Posted on May 13, 2014
  On the radar: Addressing enrichment for a final deal; Growing optimism for the deal; Overplaying our hand in Iran diplomacy; Iran provides information on detonators; U.S. conducts nuclear arms drill; the Dangers of cutting nonpro funding; the Case of the missing radioactive pellet; India admits to underwater ballistic missile test; and China’s cruise missiles risk regional technology spread.   Read more »
Posted on May 13, 2014
  On the radar: Talk of talks with Iran; Candidates’ opportunity on arms control; Tell me how this ends; Russia tests triad; Ohio by way of Virginia; Toward a modern US nuclear posture; Lessons on Iran from 50 years ago; Russia sells missiles to India; and Palomares still not cleaned up.   Read more »
Posted on October 22, 2012
Mike Breen is the kind of guy you want to talk to about serious issues. A veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and a graduate of Yale Law School, his warm easy style makes it easy to understand complex national security policy issues. Good thing that Breen is the Vice President of the Truman National Security Project, a dynamic group in Washington, DC founded to encourage veterans to speak out on security issues. After a terrific event hosted by Chronicle Books, Breen sat down with Ploughshares Fund to talk about Iran - one of the hottest foreign policy issues today.  Read more »
Posted by admin on September 25, 2012