Publications

FAILING TO CONNECT THE DOTS

We’re not connecting the dots on nuclear energy, climate change and global security, and that will create significant challenges in this century. In the last month, two mainstream think tanks identified how the closure of U.S. nuclear plants will make cutting carbon emissions more difficult. In a worst-case scenario, retiring nuclear plants would set back clean energy goals…
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TRANSNATIONAL BIOLOGICAL THREATS AND GLOBAL SECURITY

 On April 25, 2018, the Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense invited PGS President, Mr. Ken Luongo, to provide his comments and recommendations on "Transnational Biological Threats and Global Security." In his remarks, Mr. Luongo indicated that infectious diseases and pandemics are the most immediate danger we continue to face from biological threats. Unfortunately,…
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PRESS RELEASE: PGS Joins Call for Pragmatic Nuclear Agreement with Saudi Arabia

Washington, D.C. – April 25, 2018 – The Partnership for Global Security (PGS), a leading policy and research organization with a history of offering innovative solutions to global nuclear security challenges, today announced it has joined a group of prominent, bipartisan non-proliferation advocates in calling for a pragmatic agreement with Saudi Arabia to develop its…
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MISSING THE BIG PICTURE ON NUCLEAR SECURITY

Since 9/11, the focus of nuclear security has been on eliminating and protecting weapon usable materials to prevent nuclear terrorism. But, as former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell has noted, while “we were trying to protect the country from terrorists, we became blind to what was going on in the rest of the world.” This also…
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