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Mar 30

The Flawed Case for Reconsidering the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

The Obama Administration is seeking to revive consideration of the decades old Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, which the U.S. Senate failed to ratify in 1998. The soon-to-be-released National Academy of Sciences report will raise and discuss many of the technical issues associated with the Treaty. The results of the report and how they are interpreted will be a subject of much debate and controversy. Join us as our panelists examine these important issues.

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Keynote Address
Ambassador Robert Joseph
Senior Scholar, National Institute for Public Policy; Professor, Missouri State University; and former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security

Followed by a Panel Discussion with
Frank Gaffney
President and CEO, Center for Security Policy, and former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy

Vice Admiral Robert Monroe (Ret.)
Former Director, Defense Nuclear Agency

Baker Spring
F. M. Kirby Research Fellow in National Security Policy, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies, The Heritage Foundation International Studies, The Heritage Foundation

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Peter Brookes Peter Brookes

Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs Read More