Rohlfing to Discuss Nuclear Materials Security at Brookings
June 21, 2012
On June 28, NTI President Joan Rohlfing will provide commentary to a panel discussion hosted by the Brookings Institution on the possibility of a nuclear control regime, requiring that all fissile materials be securely held. Richard Burt, chairman of Global Zero, USA, and Jan Lodal, past president of the Atlantic Council, will discuss their proposal for a nuclear control regime, which was laid out in a recent Survival article. Brookings Senior Fellow Steven Pifer will moderate the discussion.
NTI President Joan Rohlfing will provide commentary to a panel on the possibility of a nuclear control regime at the Brookings Institution on June 28.
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