Distinguished Nuclear Policy Lecture series

The Distinguished Nuclear Policy Lecture series is a partnership between Michigan State University’s James Madison College and FRIB that brings global policy experts to campus for talks about the political and scientific communities.

This lecture series brings together experts and scholars from diverse backgrounds to discuss issues related to nuclear policy, arms control, and non-proliferation. The lectures provide insights, analysis, and perspectives on the current challenges and opportunities in the evolving field of nuclear policy.

Join us in these discussions as we explore the multifaceted aspects of nuclear policy and its implications for global security and stability.

Upcoming events

No upcoming events at this time.

Past events

20 March 2024 (6 p.m.) - George Perkovich - Does Nuclear Arms Control with Russia and China Have a Future?

13 November 2023 (5 p.m.) - Eugene Rumer - Russia's Long War

27 October 2023 (5 p.m.) - Rose Gottemoeller - The War in Ukraine: Russia’s Approach and Implications for Defense and Security Policy

7 April 2023 (4 p.m.) - Brad Roberts - U.S. Nuclear Deterrence Strategy in the New Security Environment

6 October 2022 (1 p.m.) - Joan Rohlfing - Pushing Nuclear Frontiers