Speaking on CCTV America on the eve of President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima, Carnegie’s Togzhan Kassenova discussed the significance of his trip. Kassenova explained that the trip served to remind of Obama’s personal commitment to a nuclear-free world, but also underscored the lack of progress with his nuclear agenda. Kassenova also commented on preserving the memory of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, noting that approximately 200,000 people continue to suffer adverse effects of the bombs. 

This interview was originally broadcast by CCTV America.