UCSB’s The Current featured Professor Neil Narang’s “Nuclear Weapons and International Security” class in Winter 2019.
As he told The Current – “I don’t think there is a single more relevant course that I can teach today,” Narang said. “In one way or another, nuclear weapons appear to be at the heart of some of the most pressing foreign policy challenges. From emerging crises with North Korea and
“The new course originated when the Stanton Foundation approached Narang about developing a class on nuclear security, one of its philanthropic priorities. The foundation was searching across U.S. universities for exceptional instructors with expertise in the highly specialized field of nuclear security, and Narang — who served as a senior advisor in the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy on a Council on Foreign Relations fellowship — fit both criteria.” as mentioned in the report.
Please read the full story here – https://www.news.ucsb.edu/2019/019386/next-gen-strategic-thinking
More images from the class available here –