March 26, 2022 1:00 PM EDT
Amidst a tense new global strategic environment marked by modernizing nuclear arsenals and the disappearance, one by one, of the remaining arms control treaties, faith in solutions to the unfolding crises are waning. Nowhere is this more immediately apparent than Ukraine, where the post-Cold War European peace is being undone in distressing fashion. In the absence of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty and with tension between two old nuclear-armed adversaries rising again, what hope can arms control offer?
Michael Krepon is the co-founder of the Stimson Center and author of Winning and Losing the Nuclear Peace: The Rise, Demise, and Revival of Arms Control, a much-needed contemporary analysis of the role arms control played in "winning" the nuclear peace. It could hardly come at a more important time. Join Mr. Krepon and Student Pugwash USA for an interactive and engaging discussion, and hear what hope might still remain to rebuild the nuclear peace.
Registration for the event will open shortly. This talk is co-sponsored by International Student/Young Pugwash and the Stimson Center.