Articles Tagged: Jeff Kueter

The Climate of Insecurity

In this new Policy Outlook, Institute President Jeff Kueter considers claims that climate change will result in conflict.  Recently the State and Defense Departments have reiterated their belief that environmental factors can precipitate armed conflict and the IPCC 5th Assessment Report endorses this view. Drawing on his 2012 study of the issue, Kueter evaluates the claims and […]

Strategic Defense Initiative Anniversary

Mar19 Strategic Defense Initiative Anniversary 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Independent Working Group (IWG) Conference on The Role of Missile Defense

Jun23 Independent Working Group (IWG) Conference on The Role of Missile Defense 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Thinking Beyond Initial Deployment: Key Issues for U.S. Missile Defense

Oct15 Thinking Beyond Initial Deployment: Key Issues for U.S. Missile Defense 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Defending the Homeland: The Role of Missile Defense

Jun25 Defending the Homeland: The Role of Missile Defense 12:00 am

The Cruise Missile Challenge

Jul07 The Cruise Missile Challenge 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

When Is Government Intervention in the Energy Market OK?

Marshall Institute CEO William O’Keefe, formerly COO of the American Petroleum Institute, and Dr. Sergey Mityakov, an economist from Clemson University, discuss when government intervention in the energy sector is justified and the conditions that determine success.

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