2017 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference
Mar 20, 2017 11:00 AM
Mar 21, 2017 04:00 PM
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The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace will host a conference on the future of the NPT and the global nuclear order, as well as emerging trends in deterrence, disarmament, nonproliferation, nuclear security, and nuclear energy.
The conference will bring together over 800 experts and officials from more than forty-five countries and international organizations. As the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in 2018, the conference will explore the future of the treaty and the global nuclear order, as well as emerging trends in deterrence, disarmament, nonproliferation, nuclear security, and nuclear energy.
Registration is now open! Please register here. Check back for further information about sessions, exhibit space, advertising opportunities and more over the coming year. In the meantime, information about previous iterations of the Carnegie Nuclear Policy Conference can be found here and here.
2017 Thérèse Delpech Memorial Award
The Thérèse Delpech Memorial Award recognizes exceptional creativity, integrity, humanity, and amity—four qualities embodied by Thérèse Delpech, a long-time strategic adviser to the French Atomic Energy Commission, an author, and a distinguished public intellectual.
New Young Professionals Track
Through this new young professionals track, Carnegie hopes to facilitate opportunities for attendees who are graduate students or have less than five years of professional experience to network with peers and senior experts in the field, and to enrich their conference experience through smaller and more targeted events. If this is of interest to you, be sure to check the box for “Young Professionals Track” when registering for the conference!
Beyond the Nuclear Threshold: Causes and Consequences of First Use
ALEXEY ARBATOV, JÜRI LUIK, VIPIN NARANG, SCOTT SAGAN
The Iran Deal: International Perspectives
YUKIYA AMANO, CATHERINE ASHTON
The Fullest Possible Exchange? NPT Article IV
LAYLA DAWOOD, ARIEL (ELI) LEVITE, CAROLINE JORANT
Nuclear Security and Nonproliferation for Nuclear Newcomers
FRANCESCA GIOVANNINI, TA MINH TUAN, TOGZHAN KASSENOVA
Mainstreamed or Sidelined? Non-NPT States and the Nuclear Order
FEDERICO MERKE, GIL REICH, MANPREET SETHI, SADIA TASLEEM
Proliferation Prognostication: Predicting the Nuclear Future
ANGELA KANE, LAURA KENNEDY, BRUNO TERTRAIS, RAMESH THAKUR, JAMES ACTON
Uncovering the Undeclared: NPT Article III
JILL COOLEY, MARK HIBBS, GENNADY PSHAKIN
Small Steps or a Giant Leap?: NPT Article VI
SUSAN BURK, BEATRICE FIHN, DELL HIGGIE, GEORGE PERKOVICH, MARJOLIJN VAN DEELEN
Running Out of (Strategic) Patience: Rethinking U.S. Policy Toward North Korea
ANDREA BERGER, ANDREI LANKOV, JOSHUA POLLACK
Defining Peaceful Uses: NPT Articles I and II
LI BIN, PATRICIA FLOR, KAZUKO HIKAWA, TRISTAN VOLPE
Deterrence Challenges: New Tensions, New Leaders, and New Technologies
ELBRIDGE COLBY, YAO YUNZHU, TONG ZHAO, KADRI LIIK