Securing the Nuclear Future
June 15, 2009
American Nuclear Society
NTI Vice-President Laura Holgate
NTI Vice President Laura Holgate delivers a speech at the American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting in which she argues that nuclear energy and nuclear nonproliferation are mutually reinforcing and threat the path toward a secure nuclear future must involve engaging all relevant voices and aligning the objectives of nuclear commerce and nonproliferation.
Remarks to the Senate Foreign Relation Committee
June 9, 2009
Representative Ellen O. Tauscher
"Remarks to the Senate Foreign Relation Committee," by Representative Ellen O. Tauscher, Nominee for Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security. Her remarks mention the important contribution of the Nunn-Lugar program.
A World Without Nuclear Weapons
June 9, 2009
Senator John McCain
"A World Without Nuclear Weapons," Senator John McCain delivered a Floor Statement in support of the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons.
Toward a World Free of Nuclear Weapons
June 6, 2009
Zhai Dequan, deputy secretary-general of the China Arms Control and Disarmament Association
The author cites the four’s effort and outlines ideas that should be considered. Read the op-ed.
A Nuclear Weapons-Free World
June 4, 2009
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation originally published in Norwegian by Aftenposten
Former Prime Ministers of Norway Odvar Nordli, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Kåre Willoch, Kjell Magne Bondevik and former Foreign Minister of Norway Thorvald Stoltenberg
These six former Norwegian officials support the efforts of George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger and Sam Nunn in this op-ed. They say, “The four American leaders underlined the relationship between vision and action: ‘Without the bold vision, the actions will not be perceived as fair or urgent. Without the actions, the vision will not be perceived as realistic or possible’. To create such a dynamic interplay, we have to be serious both about the vision and about the measures. We call on all to do so, as strongly as we can.” Read the op-ed.