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Project Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project: Central Asia, Stanford University - The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)

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The Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project, led by Dr. Siegfried Hecker, aims to reduce nuclear risks through outreach to nuclear specialists and to senior government officials in Russia, China, and Pakistan, and, as opportunities permit, personal and Track II diplomacy with nuclear-related officials in North Korea and Iran. The goal of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Project is to make steady progress in reducing today’s greatest nuclear risks and international security challenges.

Project Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project: Russia, Stanford University - The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)

Principal Investigator:

The Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project, led by Dr. Siegfried Hecker, aims to reduce nuclear risks through outreach to nuclear specialists and to senior government officials in Russia, China, and Pakistan, and, as opportunities permit, personal and Track II diplomacy with nuclear-related officials in North Korea and Iran. The goal of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Project is to make steady progress in reducing today’s greatest nuclear risks and international security challenges.

Project Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project: China, Stanford University - The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)

Principal Investigator:

The Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project, led by Dr. Siegfried Hecker, aims to reduce nuclear risks through outreach to nuclear specialists and to senior government officials in Russia, China, and Pakistan, and, as opportunities permit, personal and Track II diplomacy with nuclear-related officials in North Korea and Iran. The goal of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Project is to make steady progress in reducing today’s greatest nuclear risks and international security challenges.

Project Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project: The U.S.-Pakistan Nuclear Working Group (NWG), Stanford University - The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)

Principal Investigator:

The Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project, led by Dr. Siegfried Hecker, aims to reduce nuclear risks through outreach to nuclear specialists and to senior government officials in Russia, China, and Pakistan, and, as opportunities permit, personal and Track II diplomacy with nuclear-related officials in North Korea and Iran. The goal of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Project is to make steady progress in reducing today’s greatest nuclear risks and international security challenges.

Project Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project: Iran, Stanford University - The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)

Principal Investigator:

The Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project, led by Dr. Siegfried Hecker, aims to reduce nuclear risks through outreach to nuclear specialists and to senior government officials in Russia, China, and Pakistan, and, as opportunities permit, personal and Track II diplomacy with nuclear-related officials in North Korea and Iran. The goal of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Project is to make steady progress in reducing today’s greatest nuclear risks and international security challenges.

Project Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project: India, Stanford University - The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)

Principal Investigator:

The Nuclear Risk Reduction (NRR) Project, led by Dr. Siegfried Hecker, aims to reduce nuclear risks through outreach to nuclear specialists and to senior government officials in Russia, China, and Pakistan, and, as opportunities permit, personal and Track II diplomacy with nuclear-related officials in North Korea and Iran. The goal of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Project is to make steady progress in reducing today’s greatest nuclear risks and international security challenges.

Project Innovation Centers Around the Globe

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In this project, we aim to understand how people respond to and adopt/adapt the practices associated with innovation centers and agile practices across regions/cultures.

Location

India, China, Germany, France, Israel

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