Presentation by Elena Kotova, first vice president of Most-Bank
There has never been a better time for a new, comprehensive review of the troubled state of the international non-proliferation regime along with credible solutions for today's most pressing proliferation problems. Repairing the Regime, is just such a book.
President Clinton should seek a summit agreement with President Putin to pursue a bold new nuclear security agenda.
Calling for renewed broad engagement and for rebuilding the relationship on a more realistic basis, this work sets key points in the agenda for U.S. and Russian policy makers.
Improving security measures alone will not solve the problems in the Caspian region and the role of the US in this process is a limited one. The countries of the region must add to the number of stakeholders in their countries to begin this reform.