Nuclear Arms Control
Panelists talked about the findings of a joint study by the liberal-leaning Brookings Institution and conservative-leaning American… read more
Panelists talked about the findings of a joint study by the liberal-leaning Brookings Institution and conservative-leaning American Enterprise Institute study on the future of nuclear arms reduction. The event took place three days after President Obama announced that the U.S. and Russia had reached an agreement on an updated Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START). Topics included the new agreement, the strategy of nuclear deterrence, and the concept of “global zero,” meaning a nuclear-free world. Following their discussion, participants responded to audience members' questions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Thomas Donnelly Resident Fellow American Enterprise Institute->Defense and Security Policy
- Michael E. O'Hanlon Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Foreign Policy Studies Program
- Keith B. Payne Co-Founder and President National Institute for Public Policy
- Steven Pifer Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Center on the United States and Europe
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