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CSSS works with government officials and industry, in the UK and internationally, in order to both inform practice and gather original empirical data in support of research. Our work here largely focuses on reducing global nuclear risks in a world increasingly characterized by divergent threat perceptions, growing interstate rivalry, new technological advances and acts of unconventional terrorism.
By bringing together an extensive network of national and international partners with vibrant…
CSSS offers the MA in Science and International Security and a variety of optional modules.
Professors and Lecturers associated with the Centre also supervise doctoral research.
28 March 2022
It highlights the importance of integrating security and safeguards into the design of future…
24 March 2022
A new paper, co-authored by King’s academic Dr Filippa Lentzos, should act as a “wake-up call” to…
25 February 2022
The study examines measures put in place in the nuclear sector to mitigate risks from the pandemic.