CNS Branch Office: Washington, D.C.
BRIEFING SERIES 2002
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- From Haber to Heisenberg and Beyond:
The Role of Scientists in the Acquisition of WMD
March 26, 2002
Marvin M. Miller, Security Studies Program & Department of Nuclear Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Biological Decontamination of Vozrozhdenie Island: The U.S.-Uzbek Agreement
January 18, 2002
Ambassador Shavkat Khamrakulov, Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Alla Karimova, Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan
Jonathan B. Tucker, Director CBWNP, Monterey Institute of International Studies
Co-sponsored by the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies and the Non-Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The meeting was co-chaired by Rose Gottemoeller and Jonathan Tucker.
- Developments in Iraq in Light of September 11: Washington D.C. Round Table
January 17, 2002
Conference Moderator: Leonard Spector, Director, Washington, D.C., Office, Center for Nonproliferation Studies
On January 17, 2002, the Monterey Institute Center for
Nonproliferation Studies hosted one of a series of conference calls with U.S.
and European experts to review the impacts of the events of September 11 on arms
control and nonproliferation.
- The Biological Weapons Convention: Challenges and Opportunities
January 11, 2002
John R. Bolton, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control
and International Security
At the invitation of the Chemical and
Biological Arms Control Institute, the Monterey Institute Center for
Nonproliferation Studies, and the Nuclear Threat Initiative, John Bolton
presented the Bush Administration's views on the Biological Weapons
Convention. The meeting was co-chaired by Michael Moodie, Leonard Spector,
and Peggy Hamburg.
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