Over the course of the past year, OEF’s Stable Seas program partnered with the UN Office and Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Global Maritime Crime Programme and the Observer Research Foundation to report on the challenges and opportunities facing maritime security in the Bay of Bengal.
Open Nuclear Network was officially launched today, a new non-aligned non-governmental organization with a mission to reduce the risk of nuclear weapons use in response to human or technical error, uncertainty or misdirection.
ONN combines open source data technology with a multinational team of experienced analysts and researchers, and its expert coordination of a global Engagement Network of accomplished individuals who are well positioned to open doors for dialogue among global leaders.
Once rescheduled, One Earth Future will join more than 1,000 community members and over 100 Colorado organizations in Denver for Women Powering Change, a powerful annual event that highlights the critical and necessary roles of women in creating a more sustainable, secure, and just world.
My semi-scientific background is very helpful in understanding and analysing the technical developments of North Korea’s nuclear program and I also bring an understanding of the global non-proliferation context.
I use open source data, statistics and machine learning to understand evolving trends related to nuclear risk reduction. Our current focus is the Korean Peninsula which, on a personal level, I obviously care deeply about.
One Earth Future and his family are grieving the loss of Bud Rosenthal after his death in late February. Bud contributed significantly to OEF’s work and culture in the relatively short time he acted as Chief Operating Officer.