Thurs., June 1, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Room 1010(m) Boardroom
*This is part of the Great Discussion series, which requires registration. See details below.
Nuclear nonproliferation was a top priority for the Obama administration. While the Iran Deal was a diplomatic victory toward this end, major threats persist from both state and non-state actors. Countries like North Korea, Russia, and India and Pakistan continue to challenge nonproliferation efforts. The possibility that terrorists will carry out an attack using a “dirty bomb,” made from captured nuclear materials, looks increasingly real. In a fractious world, which way forward for U.S. nuclear security policy?
6:30 – Video background report (compliments printed briefing paper provided in advance)*
7:00 – Remarks by guest
7:30 – group discussion
*Videos and Briefing papers provided by the Foreign Policy Association.
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**Registration includes briefing book on the eight issues.
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Support generously provided by the Center for Global Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, UW.