New Delhi Roundtable

November 16, 2008

On November 16, 2008, the Delhi Policy Group (DPG) hosted an experts meeting with approximately two dozen senior Indian security experts. The objective of the event was to create an opportunity to hear directly from Indian experts on their perceptions of India’s security concerns and how those concerns affect India’s views in the nuclear security realm. Dr. Kissinger and Dr. Perry participated in the discussion which was moderated by General Raghavan, the President of the DPG.

Berlin Roundtable

June 12, 2008

On June 12, 2008 the Nuclear Security Project and Karl Kaiser, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy at the Kennedy School, Harvard University and former advisor to Chancellors Brandt and Schmidt hosted a roundtable in Berlin. The objective of the meeting was to promote German input into how to implement the goals of the Nuclear Security Project. The participants comprised approximately 20 leading German politicians and experts representing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the media, Bundestag, and leading NGOs. Senator Nunn co-chaired the meeting with Karl Kaiser.

Engaging Key Non-Nuclear Weapon States

May 2, 2008

On May 2, 2008 in Geneva the NSP co-sponsored a dinner that included 17 national representatives from key non-nuclear weapons states and Ambassador Sergio Duarte, UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs. This group of countries will be engaged in a sustained way, both individually and in group meetings, leading up to the 2010 NPT Review Conference.

London Statesmen Dialogue

May 2, 2008

On Sunday March 2, 2008, Secretary Shultz, Dr. Kissinger, Dr. Perry and Senator Nunn hosted a small, high-level meeting of former senior European foreign policy and security officials in London.

The Nuclear Security Project and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

May 1, 2008

The Nuclear Security Project co-hosted a briefing during the May 2008 Preparatory Committee meeting of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty in Geneva with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway and the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.