The existential threat posed by nuclear weapons is unique, and states have continuously managed that risk across decades of profound global change. How might changing global demographics and emerging 21st-century technologies redefine the nature of nuclear weapons proliferation and their use? Leaders from the Nuclear Threat Initiative will explore potential impacts on nuclear proliferation challenges and on counter-proliferation strategies, and panelists will consider the particular risks in the India-Pakistan nuclear standoff
The Hoover Institution hosts a public panel discussion "Emerging Technology and Nuclear Non-Proliferation" on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 4:00pm - 5:15pm PST. The event will be livestreamed and can be viewed below.
Moderator: Elisabeth Paté-Cornell, Stanford University and former member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
- Ernie Moniz, co-chair of the Nuclear Threat Initiative and former secretary of energy
- Sam Nunn, co-chair of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, former U.S. Senator for Georgia and chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee
- William Perry, Hoover Institution and former secretary of defense
- Ashley Tellis, senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and former senior advisor at the U.S. embassy in New Delhi
This event is open to the general public and part of a series led by George P. Shultz whose intention is to learn from our changing world, to map our governance options in response, and to help structure a variety of efforts going forward.
To find out more about this lecture series, click here.