Ambassador Susan Burk, special representative of the president for nuclear nonproliferation, discussed progress on implementing the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Action Plan, adopted at the 2010 Review Conference to strengthen the Treaty’s three pillars. She also addressed the upcoming 2012 NPT Preparation Committee meeting and beyond, with an emphasis on the role of the next generation of nuclear specialists in bolstering the nonproliferation regime. This event was held in conjunction with the International Network of Emerging Nuclear Specialists (INENS) in London, with U.K. audience participation via videoconference from the U.S. Embassy in London. Toby Dalton moderated from the Carnegie Endowment in Washington. Meena Singlee moderated from London.
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