Elisabeth Eaves

Elisabeth Eaves

Contributing Editor, Columnists

Articles by Elisabeth Eaves

5 July 2017

Bunkers for the 0.003 percent

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An interview with Garrett M. Graff, author of the new book Raven Rock, on how the US government plans to maintain itself in the event of a nuclear attack.

4 July 2017

In 2012, science historian Alex Wellerstein created NUKEMAP, an online tool that lets users pick a place, pick a type of nuclear weapon, and click a red button that says “detonate” to see the devastating results.

19 June 2017

Mexican government targets its citizens with spyware

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Cyber-tools meant to target criminals is used on journalists and human rights lawyers.

15 June 2017

Can women save the world?

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Superheroes and nuclear protest.

15 May 2017

North Korean nuclear program can't be stopped with weapons, says Siegfried Hecker

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Former Los Alamos director Siegfried Hecker weighs in on Pyongyang’s latest missile test, its motivations for building a nuclear weapon, and how to rein it in.

9 May 2017

Tunnel collapses at Hanford nuclear waste site

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Overdue for its cleanup, the Energy Department’s contaminated former plutonium facility causes a radioactive scare.

6 April 2017

A clue to near-term US-Russia relations

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Fiona Hill, just started as the White House's top Russia expert. Her writings on Putin suggests what to expect.

4 March 2017

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, or IARPA, develops research and technology to serve the US intelligence community. In this interview, IARPA Director Jason Matheny explains how the 10-year-old agency does its work.

2 January 2017

The advanced nuclear reactor industry in North America includes more than 50 companies and labs, which collectively have attracted some $1.3 billion in private capital, as well as government grants and other assistance.

23 December 2016
AfricaAmericasAsiaEurope/RussiaMiddle East

Ten of 2016’s most notable columns. And three books.

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Great analysis and opinion from our regular contributors from the last year.