Andreasen and Isabelle
Williams join leading national security experts in offering “Ten Big Nuclear Ideas for the Next
President,” a major new report by the Ploughshares Fund. Other contributors
include former Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, General James Cartwright,
USMC, Ret., Senator Dianne Feinstein, and Representative Adam Smith.
The report offers President-elect Trump and his team compelling
new ideas to create a safer and more secure world. The chapter by Andreasen and
Williams advocates bringing
U.S. nuclear weapons home from EuropeThe
report was launched November 16th at
an event in Washington, D.C. and a video stream is available on Facebook
The event included speakers from the Obama Administration
and Congress and a briefing by Todd Harrison of the Center for Strategic and
International Studies on the nuclear weapons budget. Former Under Secretary of
Tauscher, an NTI board member; Dr. Kennette Benedict of the Bulletin of the
Atomic Scientists; Suzanne DiMaggio of the New America Foundation; and
Ploughshares Fund board member Valerie Plame discussed nuclear policy in a
The report’s chapter titles and authors:
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