In Hiroshima’s Shadow: Prospects for Global Nuclear Disarmament Then and Now

Spring 2010 STEP Seminar Series — Speaker: Marvin Miller, Research Affliate, Science, Technology and Global Security Working Group, MIT.

Princeton University’s Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP) is based in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs with strong ties to the Princeton Environmental Institute. The program offers a certificate for students enrolled in the Woodrow Wilson School’s M.P.A. or M.P.P programs and studies leading to a Ph.D. Many aspects of science and technology policy debates have been tackled with the tools of political and economic analysis that are the traditional strong suits of the Woodrow Wilson School. In addition to providing a systematic introduction to the field of policy analysis, the goal of the STEP program is to develop a deeper understanding of current scientific, technological, and environmental issues and potential local, national and international policy responses.  We provide inter-disciplinary training that facilitates communication between technical experts and policy makers.

In Hiroshima’s Shadow: Prospects for Global Nuclear Disarmament Then and Now

Publish Date

April 5, 2010

Presenter(s)

Marvin Miller

Video Length

00:63:42

Spring 2010 STEP Seminar Series — Speaker: Marvin Miller, Research Affliate, Science, Technology and Global Security Working Group, MIT.

Princeton University’s Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP) is based in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs with strong ties to the Princeton Environmental Institute. The program offers a certificate for students enrolled in the Woodrow Wilson School’s M.P.A. or M.P.P programs and studies leading to a Ph.D. Many aspects of science and technology policy debates have been tackled with the tools of political and economic analysis that are the traditional strong suits of the Woodrow Wilson School. In addition to providing a systematic introduction to the field of policy analysis, the goal of the STEP program is to develop a deeper understanding of current scientific, technological, and environmental issues and potential local, national and international policy responses.  We provide inter-disciplinary training that facilitates communication between technical experts and policy makers.