Nobel Prize winner Hans Bethe, one of the most influential physicists of the 20th century, reflects on his feeling of devastation on seeing pictures of Hiroshima and explains how and why the Federation of American Scientists was created. Video by Peoples Archive.
A dramatic Philip Ragan Production on the dangers of nuclear weapons created with technical assistance by the Federation of American Scientists and the National Committee on Atomic Information.
On May 11, the Federation of American Scientists premiered the documentary “Paths to Zero” at the United Nations during the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT RevCon).
On Friday, 26 September, the Federation of American Scientists presented the 2008 Hans Bethe Award to Raymond Jeanloz and hosted a symposium on the “Path to Zero: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy for the 21st Century" at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, CA.
On Thursday, 25 September, the Federation of American Scientists presented the 2008 Public Service Award to Mark Levine and hosted a symposium on “What policies should the next U.S. president adopt to help China save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions?” at the University of California, Berkeley.
Nuclear earth-penetrating bunker busters do not penetrate the earth very far and are not even very good at busting bunkers. This video illustrates what really happens and how we have to solve the military problem of buried targets.
Multi-Casualty Incident Responder is a training simulation created by the Federation of American Scientists.
White House Chronicle host Llewellyn King interviews Ivan Oelrich, Vice President of the Strategic Security Program at the Federation of American Scientists on the route to the development of a nuclear weapon.
FAS hosted a news briefing on the status of the nuclear technology transfer agreement between the United States and India in light of its near collapse.
Henry Kelly and Ivan Oelrich of FAS; Michael Krepon of the Henry L. Stimson Center, and Len Weiss spoke at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
To commemorate House Innovation Week, Digital Promise featured demonstrations of prototypes of serious games and training simulations.
The "Rosenfeld Effect" discussed the role of increased energy efficiency in California, in China, and on a global scale. This session features Stephen Schneider of the Stanford Institute for International Studies and Henry Kelly.