Environmental Security and Sustainability

2012 Mar 20th

Gorbachev calls for a “nuclear-weapons-free world”

Gorbachev is at the Kennedy School this week as part of a group of 45 arms control experts and scholars, 15 each from Russia, the United States, and other countries. They are taking part in a conference "Overcoming Nuclear Danger" organized by the School's Belfer Center and the World Political Forum, founded by Gorbachev. The agenda includes discussion of the future of the INF Treaty.

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