In July 1998, The Carnegie Endowment hosted a Proliferation Roundtable with Joseph Cirincione, Frank Record, Vann Van Diepen, and Richard Speier. The conversation was off the record.
Agenda for the 1997 Carnegie Non-Proliferation Conference.
The most likely setting for the world's first nuclear war, observers generally agree, is South Asia.
Japan's policy of basing its nuclear power program on reprocessed plutonium has aroused widespread suspicion, especially in neighboring East Asian countries, that Japan is secretly planning to develop nuclear weapons.
Carnegie Non-Proliferation Conference