What is the role of nuclear and non-nuclear-based deterrence as a means of prevention in the current and future threat environment?
Deterrence: Its Past and Future: Panel Two
May 20, 2011
European Leadership Network, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Hoover Institution
Igor Ivanov, Han Sung-Joo, Jim Goodby, Ulrich Weisser, General (Ret.) Jehangier Karamat
Lancaster House, Stable Yard, St. James, London
Deterrence: Its Past and Future
November 12, 2010
Hoover Institution, NTI
Thank you very much, and thanks to all of you for attending. We have an ongoing and continuing partnership between the Hoover Institution and the organization that I chair, the Nuclear Threat Initiative. We coordinate the Nuclear Security Project that George Shultz, Bill Perry, Henry Kissinger and I-along with Sid Drell and Jim Goodby and Max Kampelman and others who have served in public life-have been part of. And we are here to talk about the very important subject of deterrence.
Statement of Dr. Henry A. Kissinger before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
May 25, 2010
Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger
Let me begin by placing the treaty into the context of arms control issues as they have evolved in the half-century that I have dealt with them. I consulted in the Kennedy administration during discussions on Berlin and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in the 1960s. As National Security Advisor and Secretary of State, I participated in the negotiations of several arms control agreements in the 1970s.
Swedish Declaration on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
April 10, 2010
Stokholm International Peace Research Institute
Former Prime Minister of SwedenIngvar Carlsson , former Foreign Minister of Sweden, Karin Söder, former Foreign Minister of Sweden Hans Blix, SIPRI Chairman and Chairman of the Swedish Pugwash network Rolf Ekéus
Former Swedish officials endorse the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons and support concrete and practical steps towards achieving that aim. Read the Declaration.
Remarks by President Obama aRemarks by the President at the UN Security Council Summit on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Disarmamentt the UN Security Council
September 24, 2009
President Barack Obama
President Obama references the influence of George Shultz, Bill Perry, Henry Kissinger, and Sam Nunn.