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2014

Watch Video [ Image: Video ] CNS 2013 Summer Undergraduate Interns and Davis United World College Scholars Fellowships

Participants speak about their own experiences.
Watch Video [ Image: Video ] Nuclear Agreement with Iran: What Does it Mean for the United States, Iran and the Middle East?
Watch Video [ Image: Video ] Strategic Stability and Escalation Control in South Asia
Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Video ] Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Weapons State Perspectives on the Future of the NPT
Also watch: Q&A Session

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2013

Watch Video [ Image: Sigfried Hecker ]
Seminar

Scientists at Semipalatinsk: One of the Greatest Nonproliferation Stories Never Told

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador Alexander Kmentt ]
Seminar

Assessment of New Disarmament Initiatives

Watch Video [ Image: Ibrahim Al-Marashi ]

Syria's WMD program in a Regional Context

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Cheryl Rofer ]
Seminar

Win-Win Nonproliferation Solutions for Expanding Nuclear Power

Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Richard Stulen ]
Seminar

The National Laboratories: What's Next?

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Xichang Space Launch Center - China ]
3D Research Model

Xichang Space Launch Center - China

3D model of this site created for the Nuclear Threat Initiative. Video credits: Einar Engvig, Melissa Hanham, Jason Hernandez, Eduardo Fujii and Jessica Varnum.
Watch Video [ Image: Tonghae Satellite Launching Ground - North Korea ]
3D Research Model

Tonghae Satellite Launching Ground - North Korea

3D model of this site created for the Nuclear Threat Initiative. Video credits: Einar Engvig, Melissa Hanham, Jason Hernandez, Eduardo Fujii and Jessica Varnum.
Watch Video [ Image: Yongbyon 5MWe Reactor - North Korea ]
3D Research Model

Yongbyon 5MWe Reactor - North Korea

3D model of this site created for the Nuclear Threat Initiative. Video credits: Melissa Hanham, Matthew Johnston, Eduardo Fujii and Jessica Varnum.
Watch videos [Image: CIF spring conference participants ]
CIF Conference

High School Students from Japan, US, and Russia Discuss Path toward World Free of Nuclear Weapons

The semester-long CIF program concluded with a successful student conference on April 19-20, 2013, in Monterey, where students from three countries presented their findings on nuclear disarmament. [Now includes videos]
Watch Video [ Image: Why Russia Matters to the United States ]
Seminar

Why Russia Matters to the United States

Watch Video [ Image: Amy Smithson ]
Interview

A History of WMDs

Watch Video [ Image: General Vladimir Dvorkin ]
Seminar

A Russian Assessment of Next Steps in Nuclear Arms Control: Ballistic Missile Defense and Tactical Nuclear Weapons

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Nikolai Sokov, David A. Cooper, Leonard Spector ]
NPR Breakfast Briefing

Globalizing Reagan's INF Treaty: Easier Done Than Said?

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Sohae Satellite Launching Station ]
3D Research Model

Sohae Satellite Launching Station - North Korea

3D model of North Korea's newest ballistic missile and space vehicle launch site created for the Nuclear Threat Initiative. Video credits: Melissa Hanham, Eduardo Fujii and Jessica Varnum.
Watch Video [ Image: Yongbyon Experimental 25-30 MWe Light Water Reactor ]
3D Research Model

Yongbyon Experimental 25-30 MWe Light Water Reactor - North Korea

3D model of the construction of North Korea's light water reactor at Yongbyon created for the Nuclear Threat Initiative. Video credits: Melissa Hanham, Eduardo Fujii and Jessica Varnum.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Siegfried Hecker ]
CNN Interview

Dr. Siegfried Hecker on North Korean Nuclear Facilities

Dr. Siegfried Hecker, Visiting Distinguished Scientist at the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (VCDNP), and one of the world's leading nuclear scientists, speaks with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
Watch Video [ Image: Recording of the VSC Online Conference ]
Conference
Second Virtual Science Challenge for Youth Interactive Online Conference
CNS's innovative conference offers lessons to US and Russian high school students tackling nuclear spent fuel management from experts world-wide.
Watch Video [ Image: William Walker ]
Seminar

The UK's Nuclear Deterrent and the Scottish Referendum

William Walker, Professor of International Relations at the University of St Andrews
Watch Video [ Image: Ibrahim Al-Marashi ]
Seminar

Al-Asad's Toxic Deterrent: Would Damascus Deploy Chemical Weapons during the Syrian Civil War?

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Miles Pomper ]
Panel

US Expert Questions Japan's Nuclear Fuel Cycle

Miles Pomper spoke at a UN disarmament conference in the Japanese city of Shizuoka. Nuclear security was one of the themes discussed on the second day of the meeting.
Watch Video [ Image: In My Lifetime ]
Film

In My Lifetime

Directed by former ABC network news executive producer, Robert E. Frye, In My Lifetime provides a comprehensive look at the full scope and impact of the nuclear age from its beginnings to the present day, including the international efforts by citizens, scientists and political leaders to reduce or eliminate the nuclear threat.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Vladimir Orlov ]
Seminar

Three Dilemmas of Today's Russian Foreign and Security Policy

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ]
Address

UN Secretary-General Delivers Major Address at MIIS

Also view: Transcript
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador James Goodby ]
Seminar

Breaking the Gridlock with the DPRK (North Korea)

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Michael Hamel-Green ]
Seminar

Multilateral Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Initiatives

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Victor Gilinsky and Henry Sokolski ]
Seminar

Serious Rules for Nuclear Power without Proliferation

Also watch: Q&A Session

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2012

Watch Video [ Image: Leonard S. Spector ]
Interview

Preventing Syrian Chemical Threat From Becoming Reality

Leonard S. Spector was interviewed on PBS NewsHour.
Watch Video [ Image: Feroz H. Khan ]
Seminar

Eating Grass: The Making of the Pakistani Bomb

Also watch: Q&A Session
Watch Video [ Image: Nobumasa Akiyama ]
Seminar
Lessons from Fukushima and the Future of Japanese Nuclear Energy
Watch Video [ Image: Anthony Thomas ]
Seminar
The Nuclear Security Summit Seoul 2012
Watch Video [ Image: Thomas Countryman ]
Seminar
Leading By Example: U.S. Nonproliferation Policy and Global Security Engagement (Part 1)
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador John Bernhard ]
Seminar
The Future of the Nuclear Security Summit Process: A Danish Perspective?
Ambassador John Bernhard, Former Danish Permanent Representative to the IAEA
Watch Video [ Image: Jean du Preez ]
Seminar
Indefensible Missile Defense
Dr. Yousaf Butt, CNS Scientist-in-Residence, Adjunct Professor
Watch Video [ Image: Jean du Preez ]
Seminar
The Future of the CTBT Post 2012
Jean du Preez, CTBTO Preparatory Commission's Chief of External Relations and International Cooperation
Watch Video [ Image: Martin Hellman ]
Seminar
How Risky is Nuclear Optimism?
Martin E. Hellman, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University
Watch video [Image: Miles Pomper]
Staff Activity
Miles Pomper on Middle East Security
Miles Pomper spoke on difficulties of extended deterrence in the Middle East, at event organized by Potomac Institute at the National Press Club.
Watch Video [ Image: Leonard Spector ]
Interview
Fears Mount Over Assad's Stockpiles of Chemical Weapons
Leonard S. Spector, was interviewed on the PBS NewsHour
Watch Video [ Image: Bilal Saab ]
Interview
Chemical Weapons in Syria
Bilal Saab, CNS Visiting Fellow, interviewed on Canada Sun News
Watch Video [ Image: Miles Pomper ]
Testimony
Miles Pomper testimony before Canada's Special Senate Committee on Anti-terrorism
Canada's 41st Parliament is studying Bill S-9, the Nuclear Terrorism Act, with provisions that prohibit certain activities in relation to nuclear or radioactive material or devices. Mr. Pomper focused on two areas: How Bill S-9 compares with similar legislation being considered by the U.S. Congress and the importance of advancing treaties bolstering global nuclear security efforts.
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NPR Luncheon Briefing
Winners of the Doreen and Jim McElvany Nonproliferation Challenge Essay Competition
A Luncheon Briefing featured presentations by Nonproliferation Review authors John Krige and Lyndon Burford.
Roundtable Discussion
Watch Video [ Image: CNS Panelists ] The 2012 NPT PrepCom: Calm Before the Storm?
Over 20 present and past CNS students and staff members participated in the NPT PrepCom. CNS roundtable discussion panelists (including Dr. William Potter, CNS Director, Aruni Wijewardane, IONP Director, Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, Research Associate, and Lovely Umayan, Graduate Research Assistant) summarize major developments at the conference.
Seminar
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. ] Unending Crisis: National Security Policy after 9/11
Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr., former senior-level diplomat and a world-renowned authority on nuclear nonproliferation. As a U.S. diplomat, Ambassador Graham was involved in the negotiation of every major arms control and nonproliferation agreement from 1970 to 1997, including START, SALT, the CTBT, the INF Treaty, and the ABM Treaty, among many others.
Watch Video [ Image: Alexander Glaser ] Facilitating Nuclear Disarmament: Verified Declarations of Fissile Material Stocks and Production
Seminar
Alexander Glaser, assistant professor, Woodrow Wilson School of International Affairs, Princeton University, and Nonproliferation Review author
Watch Video [ Image: Philip Taubman ] A Look at Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament
Seminar
Jon Wolfthal spoke at an Arms Control Association meeting on CSPAN 2.
Watch Video [ Image: Philip Taubman ] Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Abolition
Seminar
Philip Taubman, author of the book The Partnership: Five Cold Warriors and Their Quest to Ban the Bomb, and former Moscow and Washington bureau chief of The New York Times
Watch Video [ Image: Ward Wilson ] Pragmatism, Nuclear Weapons and Myth
Seminar
Ward Wilson, CNS Senior Fellow and Princeton-based nuclear weapons policy analyst and award-winning writer gives a preview of his forthcoming book.
Watch Video [ Image: Lyndon Burford ] No Such Thing As A Free Lunch: A 'User Pays' Model of International Nuclear Risk Mitigation
Seminar
Lyndon Burford, PhD Candidate in Political Studies at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and joint winner of the 2011 CNS McElvany Nonproliferation Challenge.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Amy Smithson ]
Seminar
Germ Gambits: The Bioweapons Dilemma, Iraq and Beyond
Dr. Amy Smithson, CNS Senior Fellow, highlights the contents of her book, Germ Gambits: The Bioweapons Dilemma, Iraq and Beyond. She talks about UNSCOM Iraq inspections, the hunt for proof, Iraq's cover stories and confessions and lessons learned.
Watch Video [ Image: Bilal Saab ]
Seminar
A Year Into Syria's Uprising: Assessing Regional and International Security Risks
Bilal Saab, CNS Visiting Fellow, talks about the uprising in Syria and the challenges the international security community faces in trying to resolve the conflict.
Watch Video [ Image: Panel ]
Panel Discussion
The Iranian Crisis: Is War Inevitable?
Avner Cohen was part of a panel discussion at the University of California, Berkeley whose speakers also included Karim Sadjadpour and Shibley Telhami.
Watch Video [ Image: H.E. Ahmet Üz¨mc¨ ] What Role Should The OPCW Play in a Multi-Agency Response to Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons?
Speaker H.E. Ahmet Üzümcü, Director-General of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). Also, his Chief of Cabinet, Bob Fairweather, on lessons learned from recent experiences working with Libya.
Watch Video [ Image: Professor Gregg Herken ] Was Robert Oppenheimer a Communist Spy? Soviet Atomic Espionage on the West Coast
Professor Gregg Herken was a guest speaker in the Monterey Institute's seminar "Nuclear Weapons and Intelligence". Professor Herken is a professor emeritus of history and a member of the founding faculty of the University of California, Merced. Before his move to Merced, Gregg Herken was the Chairman of Dept. of Space History at the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Fred Wehling ] Deterring CBRN Terrorism: Lessons from Iraq
Fred Wehling, Associate Professor and Program Chair for Nonproliferation Studies at MIIS, analyses the reasons why attacks involving improvised explosive devices containing chlorine stopped suddenly after June 2007. Was there any indication that insurgents achieved their objectives or were stopped by coalition forces or perhaps by public opinion?
Watch Video [ Image: Bilal Saab ]
CNS in the News
Bilal Saab on Rebel Advances in Syria
Bilal Saab, CNS Visiting Fellow, is interviewed by the BBC.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Jeffrey Knopf ] Deterring Terrorism: An Evaluation of Post-9/11 Research
Dr. Jeffrey Knopf, senior lecturer in national security affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, shares his review of recent research on deterring terrorism.
Watch Video [ Image: Nikolai Sokov ]
CNS in the News
Nikolai Sokov on CTV National News: Russia's Fatal Past
Nikolai Sokov, VCDNP Senior Fellow, is interviewed by CTV.
Watch Video [ Image: Sommerset & Foy ] UK-Norway Verification Experiments: New Developments and the Role of Education
Hakon E. Sommerset, Senior Advisor for the Norwegian Ministry of Defense and Hubert K. Foy, Visiting Fellow at the Technical Nonproliferation and Disarmament Project, University of Oslo, Norway, talk about their participation in a UK-Norway simulation exercise involving verification of nuclear weapons dismantlement.
Watch Video [ Image: Peter Hayes ] Energy and Security in East Asia After Fukushima
Peter Hayes, Executive Director of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development, talks about the implications of the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for the rest of East Asia.
Watch Video [ Image: Bilal Saab ]
CNS in the News
Bilal Saab on BBC discussing Syria
Bilal Saab, CNS Visiting Fellow, is interviewed by the BBC about events in Syria and the role of the Arab League observer mission.

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2011

Watch Video [ Image: Alan Hanson ] Nuclear Fuel Banks: Are They a Reality?
Alan Hanson, visiting scholar at CISAC, Stanford University
Watch Video [ Image: Nicola Horsburgh ] Maoist China's Place in Global Nuclear History
Nicola Horsburgh, CNS Pre-doctoral Fellow
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Anne Harrington ] The Currency of Power: Nuclear Weapons and the Fetishism of Force
Dr. Anne Harrington, CNS Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador James Goodby ] A New Framework for Nuclear Negotiations
Ambassador James Goodby, research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution
Watch Video [ Image: Bilal Saab ]
CNS in the News
Assad's Story is Not Believable
Bilal Saab, CNS Visiting Fellow, is interviewed by the BBC about Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's recent Barbara Walters interview.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Arjun Makhijani ] The Long-term Impact of Fukushima on Nuclear Safety and Security
Dr. Arjun Makhijani, President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
Watch Video [ Image: Stephen I. Schwartz ]
WMD Junction
Interview with Stephen Schwartz about Financial Transparency and US Nuclear Weapons
The United States has never known exactly what it spends on nuclear weapons and related programs. Here's why that's a problem.
Watch Video [ Image: Leonard S. Spector ]
Staff Activities
Iran's Nuclear Program: A Last Warning?
Leonard S. Spector, spoke at a Potomac Institute panel discussion on the failure of current measures to halt Iran's progress, possible steps forward, and the potential danger of powerful and repeated covert actions.
Watch Video [ Image: Avner Cohen ] To Attack or Not To Attack: The Israeli Dilemma on Iran
For the past two weeks, something unprecedented has been occurring in Israel: an open public debate on the Israeli dilemma about Iran: to attack or not to attack. Avner Cohen, CNS Senior Fellow, presents the pros and cons, analyses the consequences of the attack itself and raises the question whether or not an attack would be effective.
Watch Video [ Image: Bilal Saab ]
CNS in the News
Bilal Saab on BBC discussing Syria
Bilal Saab, CNS Visiting Fellow, is interviewed about Syria by the BBC.
Watch Video [ Image: Jacques E. C. Hymans ] Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientists, Politicians, and Proliferation
Jacques E. C. Hymans explains why at least half of the nuclear weapons projects launched since 1970 have definitively failed, and even the successful projects have generally needed far more time than expected, despite the global spread of nuclear hardware and knowledge.
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador Gregory L. Schulte ] Arms Control Verification Technology: A View from the Trenches
Dr. John S. Luke, Senior Scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides a perspective for verification in arms control from the point of view of a scientist.
Watch Video [ Image: Ambassador Gregory L. Schulte ] Space Security and National Security
Ambassador Gregory L. Schulte, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy
Watch Video [ Image: Jean du Preez ] Progress Towards Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty Entry-Into-Force
Jean du Preez, Chief of External Relations and International Cooperation, Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO)
Watch Video [ Image: Joshua Pollack (left) and Dennis Gormley ] Tracking North Korea's Ballistic Missiles Sales: Implications for the Missile Technology Control Regime
Joshua Pollack, Senior Policy Analyst, Science Applications International Corporation; with commentary by Dennis Gormley, Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh
Watch Video [ Image: Stephen Schwartz ] Building Budgetary Transparency and Accountability for the US Nuclear Weapons Program
Stephen Schwartz, Editor of the The Nonproliferation Review.
Watch Video [ Image: Tamara Patton ] Using Geospatial Analysis Tools for Nonproliferation Research
Tamara Patton, Graduate Research Assistant at CNS discusses how to construct accurate digital 3D models of buildings, such as reactors, using only aerial satellite imagery and shadow measurement techniques in Google SketchUp and Google Earth.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Seth Carus ] Biological Warfare in the American Civil War
Dr. Seth Carus, Director, Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction, National Defense University, Washington, D.C.
Watch Video [ Image: Dr. Thomas Jonter ] Testing the Swedish Nuclear Weapons Program Against IR Theories
Dr. Thomas Jonter, Professor in International Relations at Stockholm University, shares his findings on why Sweden's active nuclear weapons program abstained from building an atomic bomb.
Watch videos [Image: Tsinghua High School students ]
CIF Conference
American, Chinese, and Russian High School Students Discuss Solutions to Nuclear Challenges in the Middle East
The semester-long CIF program concluded with a successful students conference on April 28-29 in Monterey where students from three countries presented their findings on nuclear issues in the Middle East.
Watch video [Image: Leonard S. Spector ] Mapping the Nonproliferation Landscape: Part 2
The nonproliferation regime is crucial, but it is only a small part of overall international nonproliferation efforts.
Watch video [Image: Asan Plemum videos ] CNS Staff Speak at the Asan Plemum
Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, Miles Pomper, and Leonard Spector speak on various topics at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, June 12-15, 2011.
Watch video [Image: Miles Pomper] Preventing Nuclear Terrorism
Miles Pomper spoke at the Asan Institute in Seoul, South Korea on May 11, 2011.
View story [ Image: Dr. Alexander Kelle ] The Potential for Regulating Synthetic Biology as a Means to Curb Biological Weapons
Dr. Alexander Kelle, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Director of Postgraduate Taught Programs at the University of Bath Claverton Down, talks about reasons why we should be worried about synthetic biology and what regulation or governance might look like.
View story [ Image: Dr. Patricia Lewis ] The Middle East: Why Safeguards May Not Be Enough
Dr. Patricia Lewis provides ideas for moving forward with the establishment of a nuclear weapon free zone in the Middle East.
View story [ Image: Dr. William Perry ] Dr. William Perry: A Nuclear Weapons Free World?
Dr. William Perry, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, was the keynote speaker at a workshop entitled, "Preparing for Nuclear arms Reductions, Technical Transparency and Monitoring Challenges," held on May 5, 2011.
View story [ Image: Nabil Fahmy ] Middle East in Transformation: Ambassador Nabil Fahmy speaks in Monterey
On April 20, 2011, Nabil Fahmy, former Egyptian Ambassador to the U.S. and nonresident chair of the CNS Middle East Nonproliferation Project spoke at MIIS about the wave of change sweeping across the Middle East.
Watch video [ Image: Sharad Joshi ]
CNS in the News
Enduring Partnerships: is corruption now Afghanistan's main battlefield?
Sharad Joshi was interviewed by NATO Review on corruption in Afghanistan.
Watch video [ Image: Dr. Jeffrey Lewis ]
CNS in the News
States Demand Nuclear Waste Reform
Dr. Jeffrey Lewis was interviewed on CBS News.
Watch video [ Image: Stephen I. Schwartz ]
CNS in the News
Radiation Scare in Japan
Stephen I. Schwartz was interviewed on Chicago Tonight.
Watch video part 1 [ Image: Stephen I. Schwartz ]
CNS in the News
Part 1: Solutions to Japan's Nuclear Crisis
Stephen I. Schwartz was interviewed by Lou Dobbs on Fox Business.
Watch video [Image: Scott D. Sagan ] Arms, Disarmament, and Influence: International Responses to the 2010 Nuclear Posture Review
Scott D. Sagan, The Caroline S.G. Munro Professor of Political Science
Watch video [Image: Malte Göttsche ] Verifying Nuclear Disarmament: What Can Science Contribute and Where Are The Limitations
Malte Göttsche, Research Assistant, Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker Centre for Science and Peace Research at the University of Hamburg
Watch video part [ Image: Stephen I. Schwartz ]
CNS in the News
The Future of Nuclear Power
Stephen I. Schwartz was interviewed on Fox Business.
Watch video [Image: Panel ] Examining Turkey's Role in U.S. Nonproliferation Priorities
Panelists Jessica C. Varnum, Leon Fuerth, Dr. Stephen Larrabee, and moderator Dr. Jeffrey Lewis examine how Turkey's domestic politics shape its nonproliferation issues, and how competing strategic interests constrain U.S. policy responses.
Watch video [Image: Leonard Spector ] International Law and the Threat of Force
Leonard Spector speaks on nonproliferation cases involving threats to use force, as member of Washington Program on Nonproliferation Policy and Law panel.
Watch video [Image: Dr. Lora Saalman ] Three Dimensionality in Chinese Views on India and Space
Dr. Lora Saalman, Monterey Institute alumna and Associate at Carnegie-Tsinghua for Global Policy, shares with students the findings of her research on how China's views towards India and space have changed over time.
Watch video [Image: Avner Cohen ] Conversations with History - Avner Cohen
Avner Cohen speaks wih Harry Kreisler about his new book The Worst-Kept Secret: Israel's Bargain with the Bomb.
Watch video [ Image: Dr. Igor Khripunov ] Nuclear Security Culture: Concept, Implementation, and Evaluation
Dr. Igor Khripunov, Senior Research Associate and Adjunct Professor Center for International Trade and Security School of Public and International Affairs University of Georgia.
Watch video [Image: Ambassador Linton Brooks] The Future of Sino-U.S. Nuclear Relations
Ambassador Linton Brooks discusses the future of U.S. and China nuclear relations from a practitioner point of view.
Watch video [ Image: Dr. Ty Cobb ] Running the World: How Presidents have Used (or Misused!) the National Security Council
Dr. Ty Cobb, Former NSC Member and Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan.
Watch video [ Image: Christopher Paine and Thomas Cochran ] Nuclear Islands: International Leasing of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Sites To Provide Enduring Assurance of Peaceful Use
Presentations by Nonproliferation Review authors Christopher E. Paine and Thomas B. Cochran, with commentary by Lawrence Scheinman and Sharon Squassoni.
Watch video [ Image: Ward Wilson ] Stable at Zero: Why a World Without Nuclear Weapons Would Be Safer Than Most People Think
Ward Wilson, CNS Senior Fellow, casts doubts on the belief that nuclear weapons are important for national security.

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2010

Watch video [ Image: Alexandre Kukhianidze ] Smuggling in Radiological and Nuclear Materials via Georgia
Alexandre Kukhianidze, CNS Visiting Fellow.
Watch video [ Image: Dr. Michael Freeman ] Goldilocks' Quest: Understanding the Rationality of Terrorist Violence
Dr. Michael Freeman, Assistant Professor, Defense Analysis Department, Naval Postgraduate School.
Watch video [ Image: Ambassador James Goodby ] Fifty Years of Arms Control Negotiating Experience
Ambassador James Goodby looks back at some of his experience as negotiator and talks about the lessons he learned during his distinguished career.
Watch video [Image: Ambassador Linton Brooks] The Future of U.S.-Russia Arms Control
Ambassador Linton Brooks discusses the future of U.S.-Russia arms control.
Watch video [Image: Gene Christiansen] U.S. Export Controls
Gene Christiansen Senior Aerospace Engineer Bureau of Industry and Security U.S. Department of Commerce.
Watch video [Image: Miles Pomper]
CNS in the News
President Chavez's Deal to Acquire Russian Nuclear Reactors [In Spanish]
Miles Pomper was interviewed on "Foro Interamericano" on VOA-TV.
Watch video [Image: Avner Cohen (left)] The Worst-Kept Secret: Israel's Bargain with the Bomb
Avner Cohen discussed his latest book, with commentary by: Morton Halperin, Samuel W. Lewis, and Bruce Riedel.
Watch video [Image: Dr. Mustafa Kibaroglu] Turkey's Nuclear Future: A View from Ankara
Dr. Mustafa Kibaroglu, Professor, International Relations Department Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey.
Watch video [Image: Dr. Ibrahim Al-Marashi] 30 Years after Iran-Iraq War: Counterproliferation Lessons
Dr. Ibrahim Al-Marashi talks about factors of the Iran-Iraq war that are relevant to policy makers concerned with WMDs today.
Watch video [Image: Dr. Matthew Bunn] Corruption: A Central Enabling Factor in Nuclear Proliferation
Dr. Matthew Bunn, Associate Professor at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government and author of "Securing the Bomb" on August 25, 2010.
Watch video [Image: Patricia Lewis, William Potter, Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, and Sean Dunlop] The 2010 NPT Review Conference - Insider Observations
The 2010 NPT RevCon took place in New York on May 3-28, 2010. CNS experts give a first-hand account and analysis of the events that unfolded in New York, in a panel discussion held on June 15, 2010, in Monterey, CA. Speakers: William Potter, Patricia Lewis, Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, and Sean Dunlop.
Watch video [Image: David Hoffman] The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and Its Dangerous Legacy
David Hoffman, Pulitzer Prize winner, shares his research for his book at a CNS Washington D.C. office seminar on May 11, 2010. The event was moderated by Amy E. Smithson.
Watch video [Image: NPR Breakfast Briefing Panel] Assessing Current Nuclear Security Challenges
Presentations by Nonproliferation Review authors Maria Rost Rublee and Jacques E.C. Hymans, with commentary by James Acton, at an NPR Breakfast Briefing held on February 22, 2010 in Washington, D.C.

CNS 20th Anniversary Videos: Power and Promise of Nonproliferation Education and Training

Speakers
Reception for MIIS/CNS Alumni Watch video of alumni reception
Dr. William Potter, CNS Director and Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) President Sunder Ramaswamy welcome current students and alumni to the CNS 20th Anniversary Alumni Reception. [15:17]
Panel Discussion
The Role of Foundations, NGOs, and the Media (Full Session) Watch video of Ways Forward in Nonproliferation Education and Training
Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, the Honorable Charles Curtis, and Leonard Spector, discuss the role of foundations, NGOs, and the media in public education. [1:22:32]
Watch Jeffrey Lewis excerpt [11:26]
Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, Director of the Nuclear Strategy and Nonproliferation Initiative.
Watch Charles Curtis excerpt [15:15]
Honorable Charles Curtis, President and CEO of the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI).
Watch Leonard Spector excerpt [15:13]
Leonard Spector, Director of the CNS Washington, D.C. office.


For many more videos from this event, Visit the CNS 20th Anniversary Page

Seminar
Watch video of Dr. Brenda Shaffer Russian-Iranian Relations: The Energy Factor
Dr. Brenda Shaffer, School of Political Science and Department of Asian Studies University of Haifa, explains Russian position in dealing with Iran from an energy perspective. Russia, as the largest producer of natural gas in the world, wants to maintain its dominance in the European gas market and keep Iran in a box to avoid competition.
Seminar
Watch video of Michael Ascher BioPortal and Its Value for International and Local Disease Surveillance
[Also: Watch the Q&A Session]
Michael Ascher, MD, Senior Medical Advisor to the California Emergency Management Agency; Professor at University of California, Davis.
Presentations
Watch videos of student presentations 2010 CIF: Nuclear Nonproliferation: Global Opportunities and Regional Challenges
Students and teachers from 12 U.S. high schools and 10 schools in Russia's "closed nuclear cities" met together at the 2010 conference of the Critical Issues Forum (CIF) held April 22-23 in Monterey. Watch their presentations.
Interview
Dual Use Research: A Dialogue Watch video of Jonathan B. Tucker
Jonathan B. Tucker was one of several experts interviewed for a new educational video on dual-use research in the life sciences prepared by the National Institutes of Health.
Interview | CNS in the News
Iran Sanctions and the Brazil-Turkey Deal [SPANISH] Watch video of Miles A. Pomper
Miles A. Pomper interviewed on Russia Today TV (in Spanish) regarding the draft Iran sanctions resolution in Security Council and the Brazil-Iran-Turkey deal. Originally aired on May 18, 2010.
Seminar
Life at 40: A New Chance for the NPT? Watch video of Dr. Patricia Lewis
Dr. Patricia Lewis highlights successes and failures during the past 40 years, current challenges, and future prospects for the NPT.
Interview | CNS in the News
Leonard S. Spector comments on NPT Meeting for PBS NewsHour Watch video of Leonard S. Spector
Leonard S. Spector, in the segment "Iran Draws Western Criticism at Opening of U.N. Nuclear Talks" on PBS NewsHour.
Seminar
On the Relationship Between Disarmament and Nonproliferation Watch video of Dr. Sverre Lodgaard
Dr. Sverre Lodgaard, Senior Scholar in Residence at CNS and former director of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), presents his analysis on the relationship between disarmament and nonproliferation at a luncheon seminar on March 18, 2010.
Special Movie Presentation
A World Without Nuclear Weapons
Joe Cirincione invites you to join us in the fight to end the nuclear weapons threat. Watch this video and then, says Joe, "Start something powerful!"
Seminar
China and Arms Control: New Ideas or More of the Same?
[Also: Watch the Q&A Session] Watch video of Dr. Bates Gill
Dr. Bates Gill shares his insights and analysis on key issue areas where China and Norway have common interests, in particular, their approach to the global arms control and nonproliferation agenda. February 19, 2010.
Seminar
Lost in Implementation? China, the US, and the Politics of WMD Nonproliferation
[Also: Watch the Q&A Session] Watch video of Dr. Jing-Dong Yuan
Dr. Jing-Dong Yuan, Director of the CNS East Asia Nonproliferation Program. February 16, 2010.
Seminar
Getting Bomb-Grade Uranium Out of Civilian Hands: Toward the Nuclear Security Summit Watch videos of the seminar
On February 1, 2010, CNS and the Royal Embassy of Norway hosted a panel discussion on nuclear security at George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.
Interview
Dr. Patricia Lewis on the Dangerous Nuclear Legacy of the Cold War Watch video of Dr. Patricia Lewis on the dangerous nuclear legacy of the Cold War
Dr. Patricia Lewis interviewed in TalkWorks Films 2010: Prominent experts and policy makers talk about President Obama's global nuclear disarmament initiative.

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2009

Interview
President Obama's Peace Prize Watch video of Johan Bergenäs - President Obama's peace prize
Johan Bergenäs interviewed by Al Jazeera English on President Obama's peace prize.
Seminar
Prospects for a START Replacement Treaty: Ambassador Linton Brooks Watch video of Ambassador Linton Brooks - Prospects for a START Replacement Treaty
Ambassador Linton Brooks talks about the prospects for a START replacement treaty, on October 15, 2009.
Seminar
The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and Its Dangerous Legacy Watch video of David Hoffman - The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and Its Dangerous Legacy
David Hoffman, Assistant Managing Editor for Foreign News at The Washington Post, on October 13, 2009.
Seminar
Part 1: James Goodby U.S.-Russian Nuclear Arms Negotiations Watch video of James Goodby U.S.-Russian Nuclear Arms Negotiations
· Also watch Part 2
On September 24, 2009, Ambassador James Goodby, Hoover Institution, Stanford University is a guest lecturer at the "U.S.-Russian START Plus Arms Control Simulation" at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Ambassador Goodby talks about his involvement with various U.S.-Russian nuclear negotiations, including the Start I treaty between 1981 and 1983, and the Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program. The class, taught by Dr. William Potter, CNS Director, is a simulation of U.S.-Russian strategic arms reduction talks. Students assume the role of U.S. and Russian arms control officials in charge of negotiating a follow-up accord to the current START Treaty which will expire in December 2009.
Seminar
Independent Task Force Report on U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy Watch video of Dr. Charles Ferguson: Independent Task Force Report on U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy
On September 29, 2009, Dr. Charles Ferguson, Philip D. Reed Senior Fellow for Science and Technology at the Council on Foreign Relations, presents findings and recommendations of an independent study sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations on U.S. nuclear weapons policy.
Panel Discussion
Book Launch: International Law and the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Watch video of International Law and WMD Proliferation
· Watch the Panelists
On September 16, 2009, CNS and the Georgetown University Institute for International Law and Politics, as part of their joint Project on Nonproliferation Policy and Law, hosted a book launch event for "International Law and the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction." (Oxford University Press, 2009)
Interview
Interview with the CTBTO's Tibor Tóth Watch the interview with Tibor Tóth
· Watch the Interview
Tibor Tóth, Executive Secretary of the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization in an interview by Kaegan McGrath, conducted at the United Nation Headquarters in New York, 25 September 2009.
Panel Discussion
H1N1 Panel: Where are we with Pandemic Influenza? Watch video of H1N1 Panel: Where are we with Pandemic Influenza?
· Watch the Panelists
Videos of panelists discussing recommendations for dealing with the 2009-10 influenza season.
Seminar
About U.S. - Russian Relations: A Conversation with Sergei Kislyak Watch video of Sergei Kislyak: U.S. - Russian Relations
· Watch the Seminar [1:16]
Dr. William Potter, director of CNS talks with the ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States, Ambassador Sergei Kislyak, about U.S.-Russian relations, including prospects for nuclear arms control, NATO expansion, and the Iranian nuclear program.
Seminar
Prospects for Reducing U.S. and Russian Non Strategic Nuclear Weapons Watch video of Miles Pomper: Prospects for Reducing U.S. and Russian Non Strategic Nuclear Weapons
· Watch the Seminar [23 min]
· Watch the Q&A Session [22 min]
Miles Pomper, Senior Research Associate.
Seminar
Gernot Erler on Nuclear Policy, CNS Study Watch video of Gernot Erler on Nuclear Policy, CNS Study
· Watch the Presentation [40 min]
· Watch the Q&A Session [40 min]
At a CNS seminar, German Federal Foreign Office Minister of State, Gernot Erler reviewed Germany's disarmament and nonproliferation policies and introduced a major study by CNS entitled Four Emerging Issues in Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation: Opportunities for German Leadership.
Interview
President Obama is in Front of His Advisors Watch video of Dr William Potter on NHK: President Obama is in Front of His Advisors
· Watch the Interview [4 min, nhk.or.jp]
William Potter, CNS Director, was interviewed on the website "No More Hibakusha" by NHK.
Interview
Only Presidents Can Push START Through Watch video of Dr William Potter on Russia Today: Only Presidents Can Push START Through
· Watch the Interview [12 min, RussiaToday.com]
William Potter, CNS Director, was interviewed on Russia Today.
Interview
Obama is Serious About Disarmament Watch video of Dr William Potter on Russia Today: Obama is Serious About Disarmament
· Watch the Interview [5 min]
William Potter, CNS Director, was interviewed on Russia Today.
Seminar
Asia Pacific Regional Nuclear Fuel Cycle Approach Watch video of Jor-Shan Choi: Asia Pacific Regional Nuclear Fuel Cycle Approach
· Watch the Seminar [1:10]
University of Tokyo Professors Jor-Shan Choi and Yusuke Kuno talk about an Asia Pacific regional approach for a future nuclear fuel cycle for civilian use.
Seminar
Role of Infrasound Detection in CTBT Verification Watch video of Bharath Gopalaswamy: Infrasound Detection in CTBT Verification
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour]
Bharath Gopalaswamy, Postdoctoral Associate, Peace Studies Program Cornell University.
Luncheon Briefing
Engaging China and Russia on Nuclear Disarmament Watch video of Nikolai Sokov & JD Yuan: Engaging China & Russia on Nuclear Disarmament
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour, 17 min]
Potential roadblocks to success and how nuclear weapons fit into their national grand strategies.
Panel Discussion
Legal and Policy Implications of Ambiguous Rocket Launches Watch video of Legal and Policy Implications of Ambiguous Rocket Launches
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour]
· Watch the Q&A Session [35 min]
Learning from the North Korean case, panelists explore the rights and responsibilities of launching and overflown states.
Seminar
Better Safe than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb Watch video of Michael Krepon: Better Safe than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour]
Michael Krepon, co-founder of the Henry L. Stimson Center, talks about his most recent book: Better Safe than Sorry: the Ironies of Living with the Bomb and why there has not been another mushroom cloud since 1945.
Panel Discussion
Attribution: Post-Nuclear Event Watch multiple panel videos, Attribution: Post-Nuclear Event
· Watch multiple videos
What are the ramifications of a nuclear attack, such as a detonation by terrorists in an urban center? How can first responders and local authorities best react? How can the "nuclear signature" of such an attack be identified and traced?
INTERVIEW
Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Europe Watch video of Miles Pomper, Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Europe
· Watch the Interview [8 min, npt-tv.net]
An overview of NATO's nuclear sharing agreements, historical overview, a look at their role today and if that could change.
INTERVIEW
US Congress & CTBT Ratification Watch video of Miles Pomper, Situation in US Congress & CTBT Ratification
· Watch the Interview [10 min, npt-tv.net]
Overview of the present situation in the US Congress and how it affects the chances and approaches to ratifying the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty.
SEMINAR
The Future of US-Russian Arms Control Watch video of Dr. Alexander Pikayev, The Future of US-Russian Arms Control
· Watch the Seminar [45 min]
· Watch the Q&A Session [1 hour]
Speaker Dr. Alexander Pikayev Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russia.
SEMINAR
Verifying the CTBT Watch video of Paul G. Richards, Ph.D, Verifying the CTBT
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour]
· Watch the Q&A Session [20 min]
· View Scientific American article [PDF]
Using seismological methods to study nuclear weapons test explosions and their implications for the scientific and arms control worlds.
SEMINAR
International Security Developments in Central Asia Watch video of Ambassador Erlan A. Idrissov, International Security Developments in Central Asia
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour]
· Watch the Q&A Session [45 min]
Speaker Ambassador Erlan A. Idrissov, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to the United States (and former Kazakh Foreign Minister).
SEMINAR
A Political History of Nuclear Weapons, 1938-2008 View video of Thomas C. Reed, A Political History of Nuclear Weapons, 1938-2008 (1 hour)
· Watch the Seminar [1 hour]
· Watch the Q&A Session [30 min]
Thomas C. Reed, co-author of recently published The Nuclear Express, Former Secretary of the Air Force, spoke at the CNS Center on March 31, 2009.
Seminar
Nonproliferation Review Special Luncheon Briefing View Briefing Event page videos, photos, essays and presentations
· Watch the Introduction [44 min]
· Watch Ward Wilson [22 min]
· Watch Nathan Pyles [14 min]
· Watch Grégoire Mallard [12 min]
· Watch Russell Leslie [11 min]
· Watch the Q&A Session [28 min]
Event page includes videos, photos, remarks, essays, and presentations.
PANEL DISCUSSION
Nuclear Energy in the Middle East: Clearing the Legal Hurdles View Event Page, Nuclear Energy in the Middle East: Clearing the Legal Hurdles
· View the Introduction [11 min]
· View Sharon Squassoni [15 min]
· View Patricia Metz [11 min]
· View Omer Brown [12 min]
· View Henry Sokolski [23 min]
· View the Q&A Session [22 min]
Event page includes videos, remarks, and presentations.
As Middle Eastern nations from North Africa to the Persian Gulf look increasingly to nuclear power to meet their energy needs, nuclear reactor suppliers will be seeking to ensure that purchasing states have developed effective safety, environmental, and security regulatory frameworks to manage nuclear power projects, including measures to protect vendors from liability in the event of a nuclear accident.
SEMINAR
Nuclear Security Spending: Assessing Costs, Examining Priorities View video of Stephen Schwartz, Nuclear Security Spending: Assessing Costs, Examining Priorities (1 hour)
View the Seminar [1 hour]
View the Q&A Session [35 min]
Held: March 6, 2009
Stephen Schwartz, Editor of The Nonproliferation Review presents a Carnegie Endowment report on how much money the U.S. spends on everything related to nuclear weapons.
SEMINAR
Pavel Podvig, Consolidation of Fissile Materials in Russia's Nuclear Complex Consolidation of Fissile Materials in Russia's Nuclear Complex
[Additional Video: Q&A session]
Feb 10, 2009 [48 min; Q&A 38 min]
Pavel Podvig's presentation is based on work done for the International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM) [fissilematerials.org].
Related pages: Nuclear topics, Russia topics, CNS Events
 
Dane Swango, The Design of the NPT The Design of the NPT
[Additional Video: Q&A session]
Jan 27, 2009 [52 min; Q&A 46 min]
Dane Swango, Predoctoral Fellow at CISAC Stanford, PhD Candidate at UCLA, discusses the goals, design, implementation, and limitations of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT).
Related pages: NPT Resource Page, NPT topic, Treaties/Regimes topic, CNS Events
 

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2008

Dr. Vincent Wei-cheng Wang, Taiwan's Nuclear Option? Security Imperative and Normative Transformation Taiwan's Nuclear Option? Security Imperative and Normative Transformation?
[Additional Video: Q&A session]
Dec 23, 2008 [1 hr 11 min; Q&A 15 min]
Dr. Vincent Wei-cheng Wang discusses scenarios under which Taiwan would decide to develop nuclear weapons.
Related pages: Nuclear, East Asia, CNS Events
 
Dr. Jonathan B. Tucker, Smallpox Virus Stocks Destruction Debate Destruction of Smallpox Virus Stocks?
[Additional Video: Q&A session]
Dec 5, 2008 [1 hr; Q&A 25 min]
Dr. Jonathan B. Tucker on the ongoing debate over the destruction of laboratory stocks of the smallpox virus after the disease was eradicated over 30 years ago.
Related pages: Chem/Bio, Jonathan B. Tucker, Scourge: The Once and Future Threat of Smallpox, CNS Events
 
Dr. Raymond Juzaitis, At Peace With Nuclear Expansion At Peace With Nuclear Expansion: Nonproliferation Imperative
[Additional Video: Q&A session]
November 26, 2008 [1 hr; Q&A 35 min; YouTube.com]
Dr. Raymond Juzaitis, head of the Nuclear Engineering Department at Texas A&M University talks about the world nuclear "renaissance" and the nonproliferation challenges of countries' growing infrastructure for nuclear fuel cycle at a luncheon seminar at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. He highlights the need for proliferation resistant fuel cycle, nuclear materials awareness, and strengthening the scope and effectiveness of safeguards.
Related pages: Nuclear, CNS Events
 
Ward Wilson, Four Myths About Nuclear Weapons Four Myths About Nuclear Weapons: Hiroshima, H-bomb, Deterrence and Usefulness
November 7, 2008 [49 minutes; YouTube.com]
Ward Wilson, grand prize winner of the 2008 Doreen and Jim McElvany Nonproliferation Challenge Essay Contest talks about a new security paradigm at a CNS luncheon seminar. He argues that since nuclear deterrence relies on the threat of city destruction and city destruction is an ineffective way to wage war, he calls the efficacy of nuclear deterrence into question.
Related pages: Contest Winners Luncheon Briefing, 2009 Upcoming NPR Essay Contest, Nuclear, Treaties, CNS Events
 
Dr. Frank Pabian, Evidence from Imagery: The Iran and Syrian Nuclear Programs Evidence from Imagery: The Iran and Syrian Nuclear Programs
[Additional Video: Q&A session]
November 6, 2008 [1 hr; Q&A 30 min; YouTube.com]
Speaker: Dr. Frank Pabian
In this age of increasing "Global Transparency", commercial satellite imagery has now made it possible for anyone to remote peer over the fence and view what heretofore had been otherwise impossible...clandestine nuclear facilities (most significantly, those capable of producing fissile suitable for use in nuclear weapons). The synergistic combination of readily available tools: personal computers, the internet, three-dimensional virtual globe visualization applications such as Google Earth, and high resolution commercial satellite imagery has gone beyond what anyone could have imaged just a few years ago. The down-side of all this is that those who want to keep their clandestine nuclear facilities and associated activities from being either detected, identified, and/or monitored, are becoming more adept in their use of camouflage, concealment, and deception.
Related pages: Nuclear, Iran, Mideast, CNS Events
 
Thomas L. Sanders, The Global Nuclear Future, Realities and Opportunities The Global Nuclear Future, Realities and Opportunities
October 24, 2008 [44 minutes; YouTube.com]
Thomas L. Sanders, Vice President/President Elect of the American Nuclear Society discusses energy future from an American perspective at a CNS lunchtime seminar. According to him, energy availability is directly tied to national economic health and the U.S. must change its energy posture to sustain and grow its prosperity.
Related pages: Nuclear, Americas, CNS Events
 
Richard, Butler, Eliminating Nuclear Weapons: Reaching Global Consensus Eliminating Nuclear Weapons: Reaching Global Consensus
September 15, 2008 [1 hour; YouTube.com]
Ambassador Richard Butler, former head of UNSCOM and Australian Ambassador to the UN.
Related pages: Nuclear, CNS Events
 
Symposium on Nuclear Nonproliferation, featuring Dan Rather Symposium on Nuclear Nonproliferation, featuring Dan Rather
April 16, 2008 [81 minutes; www.rowan.edu]
The full video of a panel discussion, which included William Potter, is now available through the Rowan University website.
Related pages: William Potter, Nuclear, CNS Events
 
Academic Spotlight: IP531 Arms Control Simulation Academic Spotlight: IP531 Arms Control Simulation
April 11, 2008 [10 minutes; YouTube.com]
A film made by CNS/IONP about Jean Du Preez' Arms Control Simulation course taught in the autumn of 2007 at the Monterey Institute in California.
Related pages: IP531 course description, Jean Du Preez, IONP
 
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