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Need for Global Action to Address Nuclear Dangers: International Leaders and Experts to Meet in Norway to Advance the Vision of a World Free of Nuclear Weapons

International security leaders and experts gather in Oslo, Norway to advance ideas for reducing nuclear dangers and a world free of nuclear weapons.

Shultz, Kissinger, Perry, Nunn, and Others Call for Freeing the World of Nuclear Weapons at Hoover Institution Reykjavik II Conference

George P. Shultz, Henry Kissinger, William Perry, Sam Nunn, and others called for a world free of nuclear weapons at a conference held at the Hoover Institution on October 24-25.

Letter from Nancy Reagan

The former first lady writes to support work toward a world without nuclear weapons.

Reykjavik Summit 20th Anniversary: Session I

Join the Hoover Institution in a panel discussion exploring: Implications of the Reykjavik Summit on its Twentieth Anniversary.

NTI President Joan Rohlfing delivered opening remarks at an event featuring RUSI’s Malcolm Chalmers on his new paper, Less is Better: Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers, supported by the Nuclear Security Project. Chalmers noted that as the United States and Russia reduce their nuclear arsenals, other states will feel pressure to do more to reduce or restrain their own. Moderator James Acton called the paper “extraordinarily far-sighted.”