East Asia Science and Security (EASS) Project
The East Asia Science and Security project is a Nautilus Institute program designed to expand and deepen the role of scientists and technical experts of all kinds in the effort to address security issues and avoid WMD nuclear next-use. Scientists and technical experts can provide essential and timely advice to policy-making institutions and to individual decision-makers that is expert and objective, albeit always contested. The EASS project brings together independent and credible scientific and technical experts in Japan, South Korea, and China to provide realistic policy recommendations on issues such as the DPRK nuclear issue, spent fuel nuclear fuel management, climate change and others.
Climate Change: Yun ZHOU, “Climate Change and Nuclear Power: Issues of Interaction“, January 2010.
Energy Security: David VON HIPPEL and Peter HAYES, “Growth in Energy Needs in Northeast Asia: Projections, Consequences, and Opportunities”, May 2008
North Korea: David VON HIPPEL and Peter HAYES, “Fueling DPRK Energy Futures and Energy Security: 2005 Energy Balance, Engagement Options, and Future Paths“, June 2007.
Nuclear Fuel Cycle: David VON HIPPEL, “Future Regional Nuclear Fuel Cycle Cooperation in East Asia: Energy Security Costs and Benefits“, June, 2010.
- EASS Working Group Meeting, September 2010
- EASS Working Group Meeting, November 2007
- EASS Working Group Meeting, July 2007
- EASS Working Group Meeting and Scenarios Workshop, November 2006
- EASS Working Group Meeting, May 2005
This project is part of the Nautilus Institute’s East Asia Initiative.
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