Nuclear Security and the Middle East
Panelists talked about nuclear security and the Middle East as President Obama prepares to host more than forty world leaders in Washington, D.C. for the Nuclear Security Summit on April 12-13, 2010. Topics included concerns about Iran’s nuclear activities, potential nuclear security issues if Iran does develop nuclear weapons, and how would this type of nuclear capacity align with U.S. nonproliferation policies. close
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George Perkovich Director Carnegie Endowment for International Peace->Non-Proliferation Project
Gregory L. Schulte Senior Visiting Fellow National Defense University->Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Simon Henderson Director Washington Institute for Near East Policy->Gulf and Energy Policy Program
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U.S.-Russia Security Relations
Dr. Alexei Arbatov, one of Russia’s leading strategic thinkers and the Russian member of the International Commission on Nuclear…
Senator Kerry on START
Senator Kerry (D-MA) spoke in favor of the new Strategic arms Reduction Treaty (START).
Senate Debate on START
Senators debated an amendment to the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) with Russia.
Atomic Weapons Tests: Trinity through Buster-Jangle
On July 16, 1945 the United States conducted the first test of an atomic bomb, code named Trinity, in New Mexico. The film…