Monterey Nonproliferation Strategy Group (MNSG)

An international body of distinguished nonproliferation analysts & veteran policy practitioners strengthening common ground in nuclear nonproliferation.
Updated: Sep 1, 2009

Overview

The Monterey Nonproliferation Strategy Group is an international body of distinguished nonproliferation analysts and veteran policy practitioners working to craft responses to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats around the world. The Strategy Group has recently been revived and given a more narrowly focused and action-oriented agenda with a view to find and strengthen common ground in the nuclear nonproliferation sphere. The revamped Strategy Group aims to identify the basis for forging consensus or near-consensus on creative but realistic approaches that address key nuclear proliferation challenges.

MNSG fifth session participants
MNSG fifth session participants. August 20-21, 2008.
Rudiger Ludeking, Paul Meyer, Lawrence Scheinman, William Potter, Leonard Spector, and Santiago Mourão.
From left to right: Rudiger Ludeking, Paul Meyer, Lawrence Scheinman, William Potter, Leonard Spector, and Santiago Mourão. November 2006

The activities of the Monterey Nonproliferation Strategy Group are supported by the The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Edgerton Foundation.

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