2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference Panel
2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference Panel: The Future of Nuclear Weapons: A View from the Hill.
2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference Panel: Deterrence or Disarmament: The Future of Nuclear Weapons in China, France, and the UK.
2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference Panel: Realizing Fuel Assurances: Third Time’s the Charm? Chair: Laura Holgate, Nuclear Threat Initiative; Caroline Jorant, AREVA; Tariq Rauf; International Atomic Energy Agency; Ambassador Pedro Raul Villagra Delgado, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Argentina.
2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference Panel PART 2: The U.S. and the Future of Reprocessing. Chair: José Goldemberg, University of São Paulo; Tatsujiro Suzuki, University of Tokyo; Frank von Hippel, Princeton University; William Walker, University of St Andrews.
2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference Panel: European Proposals for Strengthening the Nonproliferation Regime. Chair: Mustafa Kibaroglu, Bilkent University; Martin Briens, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, France; Ambassador Nabil Fahmy, Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the United States; Pierre Goldschmidt, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Rules for the Nuclear Renaissance was part of Carnegie's 2007 Nonproliferation Conference. It was chaired by Sharon Squassoni, Carnegie Endowment; Peter Bradford, formerly with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Charles Ferguson, Council on Foreign Relations;Corey Hinderstein, Nuclear Threat Initiative; Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center.
Those who favor a diplomatic solution to the present crisis over Iran's nuclear ambitions should nevertheless realize that to ignore Iran’s defiance of UN Security Council resolutions is to tacitly support it, and doing so weakens the credibility of the non-proliferation regime and, in the end, increases the risk of nuclear proliferation, tensions, and violence in the region and beyond.
Reading William Langewiesche's new book is like going to a concert and discovering that your favorite rock star is having an off night. The sublime talent rings through in a few electric riffs. The voice registers the deep truth of heavy experience in two or three places. But the show doesn't hold together from start to finish.