Category Archives: Jacob Grunberger

Briefing: Japan’s Nuclear Disaster Continues to Unfold

BY JACOB GRUNBERGER On Friday March 11, 2011 at 2:45 pm JST, an earthquake registered as a 9.0 on the Richter Scale occurred near the east coast of Honshu, Japan. The earthquake was comparable in its magnitude to the earthquake that hit Sumatra in 2004, roughly the equivalent of 23,000 Nagasaki bombs being simultaneously detonated. […]

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Briefing: Ensuring Compliance in Syria

BY JACOB GRUNBERGER The details of the destruction of the Syrian government’s one thousand tons of chemical agents are still being finalized by the United States, Russia, and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the implementing body of the 1997 Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). In addition to the negotiations, however, another question […]

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Briefing: Chemical Weapons

BY JACOB GRUNBERGER The advent of chemical weapons, originally in the forms of chlorine and mustard gasses, is often attributed to being a direct byproduct of the industrialized nature of World War I. The first major use of this technology occurred on April 22, 1915 by the German military at Leper, Belgium. After witnessing the […]

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Join AfP's L&E team on Wed, 12/1 at 10:15am ET as they contribute to a discussion on advancing the use of GIS in peacebuilding, as part of a workshop on emerging technologies in peacebuilding & prevention organized by @nyuCIC!

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