Over the next several weeks and months, quickly moving events—a Trump-Kim summit, growing U.S.-Russian tensions, a Secretary of State and National Security Advisor hostile to the Iran nuclear deal—may dramatically shift the survivability of long-standing and successful global nonproliferation agreements.
Register today for the 2018 Arms Control Association Annual Meeting on April 19, 2018, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C. to secure a front seat understanding of these developments as they unfold.
Keynote speakers include:
• Gov. Bill Richardson, former Secretary of Energy and Ambassador to the United Nations, will speak on how President Trump can maximize the value of the planned summit with Kim Jong Un.
• Congressman Adam Smith (D-Wash.), ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee, will address “How to Shape U.S. Policies to Reduce Nuclear Risk.”
• Jackie O'Halloran Bernstein, deputy director for disarmament for the government of Ireland, will offer her thoughts on the “Successes, Challenges, and Path Forward for the Nonproliferation Treaty.”
Panels on other critical issues will bring together experts, including Richard Fieldhouse, Laura S. H. Holgate, and Olga Oliker, to describe the latest details on how we can reinforce and strengthen global nonproliferation architecture amid the challenges noted above.
Get the full program and register today at armscontrol.org/ArmsControl18. Early bird rate ends soon!