8:30 - 9:15 am
The Future of the U.S.-Russian Nuclear Relationship
Click on the above link to listen to Representative Ellen Tauscher (CA) and Representative John Spratt (SC) provide a view from Congress on the upcoming Crawford summit as well as insight on how the U.S-Russian relationship is likely to proceed thereafter.
9:15 - 10:30 am
Panel Discussion of Strategic Reductions, Cooperative Threat Reduction
and Missile Defense Issues
Click on the link above to listen to a panel of experts discuss missile defense, strategic force reductions, and comprehensive threat reduction programs.
Rose Gottemoeller, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Ambassador Karl F. Inderfurth, Senior Advisor, Nuclear Threat Reduction Campaign
Rudy Barnes, Legislative Director, Office of Representative John Spratt
Kenneth Myers, III, Legislative Assistant, Office of Senator Richard Lugar
Joseph Cirincione, Director, Non-Proliferation Project, Carnegie Endowment
Joint Statement by President George W. Bush and President Vladimir V. Putin on a New Relationship Between the United States and Russia, 13 November 2001
"What If the New Strategic Framework Goes Bad?" by Joseph Cirincione and Jon B. Wolfsthal, originally appearing in Arms Control Today, November 2001.
"The End of Unilateralism? Arms Control After September 11," Arms Control Today, by Lawrence J. Korb and Alex Tiersky, October 2001
"Offense, Defense, and Unilateralism in Strategic Arms Control," Arms Control Today, by Rose Gottemoeller, September 2001
"Reducing the Nuclear Threat -- Now," by Ambassador Karl F. Inderfurth, National Security Studies Quarterly, Autumn 2001 (pdf)
"Leftovers From an Old War" Karl Inderfurth, New York Times Op-Ed7 November 2001
Nuclear Status Report: Nuclear Weapons, Fissile Material, and Export Controls in the Former Soviet Union Jon Brook Wolfsthal, Cristina-Astrid Chuen, and Emily Ewell Daughtry, editors, 18 June 2001
"The Next Wave: Urgently Needed New Steps to Control Warheads and Fissile Material" by Matthew Bunn, March 2000Bush, Putin Set for Key Decisions on ABM Treaty and Missile Defense
from the Council for a Livable World, 31 October 2001
United States Nuclear Forces, 2001
Russian Nuclear Forces, 2001
About the Russia and Eurasia Program
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About the Nuclear Policy Program
Carnegie’s Nuclear Policy Program works to strengthen international security by diagnosing acute nuclear risks, informing debates on solutions, and engaging international actors to effect change. The program’s work spans deterrence, disarmament, nonproliferation, nuclear security, and nuclear energy.