The 2019 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference,
held in March, brought together more than 800 officials and thought leaders from
more than 45 countries to discuss and debate global and nuclear security policy.
NTI leadership and policy experts participated in discussions on critical
issues from relations between Russia and the West to lessons from implementing
the Iran nuclear deal.
Video and audio recordings of those panels are available
Strategic Relations: The Big Picture
At this post–Cold War low in bilateral relations, the
traditional guardrails that help stabilize the U.S.-Russian relationship are
weakening and nuclear risks are growing. NTI Co-Chair and CEO Ernest J. Moniz
moderated a panel with Emily Haber, NTI Board Member Igor Ivanov,
and NTI Co-Chair Sam Nunn.
What Are the Lessons and Implications of Implementing the
NTI Vice President Corey
Hinderstein led a discussion with Suzanne DiMaggio, Caroline Hurndall, and
Ariel Levite on the way forward after U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear
ProliferationPrognostication: Predicting the Nuclear Future
NTI Vice President Laura
Holgate, Togzhan Kassenova, Yasuyoshi Komizo, Manpreet Sethi, and Jeffrey
Lewis pit their judgment against the wisdom of crowds in forecasting the global